Sometimes in our life, the most absurd random things can shed a light on humor. Everyday things such as working in a supermarket can be an inspiration to create the most mundane comic out there. Dreadful work, stupid conversations, un-realization of self, overly modern life, and man-made problems are presented in this artist’s comics.
The artist Stephen Beals has stated in one of his interviews that he always drew comics because of his pure love for art. His comics were always something he made after work for relaxing. His comic was merely just scratched ideas before the Big Idea came. “The Big Idea” was to be a concept so enthralling that it would take the world by storm, whatever that means,” said Beals.
He is most popular with his comic collection “Adult Children” which talks about how adulthood seems to be a myth we tell children in order to get them to behave.
Lately, he has been writing about retail. That’s where he gets also his inspiration. He says that people are endlessly fascinating and I can’t give it up. So we don’t need anything more rather to just jump right to the comics and enjoy reading them.