Gary Larson - Quotes

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A long time ago, I became aware that many of us have a tendency to lump nature into simplistic categories, such as what we consider beautiful or ugly, important or unimportant. As human a thing as that is to do, I think it often leads us to misunderstand the respective roles of life forms and their interconnectedness. ---->>>

I think one thing that's important to maintain is a sense of fear, always doubting yourself... a good dose of insecurity helps your work in some ways.

I think one thing that's important to maintain is a sense of fear, always doubting yourself... a good dose of insecurity helps your work in some ways.

The Bluebird of Happiness long absent from his life, Ned is visited by the Chicken of Depression. ---->>>

Great moments in science: Einstein discovers that time is actually money. ---->>>

The message is not so much that the worms will inherit the Earth, but that all things play a role in nature, even the lowly worm. ---->>>

You know those little snow globes that you shake up? I always thought my brain was sort of like that. You know, where you just give it a shake and watch what comes out and shake it again. It's like that. ---->>>

You should always leave the party 10 minutes before you actually do. ---->>>

People try to look for deep meanings in my work. I want to say, 'They're just cartoons, folks. You laugh or you don't.' Gee, I sound shallow. But I don't react to current events or other stimuli. I don't read or watch TV to get ideas. My work is basically sitting down at the drawing table and getting silly. ---->>>

On Career Day in high school, you don't walk around looking for the cartoon guy. ---->>>

This was more than just a cow - this was an entire career I was looking at. ---->>>

I think I'm maintaining the quality, but internally I'm paying for it. ---->>>

I keep thinking someone's gonna show up and say, 'There's been a big mistake. The guy next door is supposed to be drawing the cartoon. Here's your shovel.' ---->>>

My future plans are hazy, and I've yet to experience how much cartooning is in my blood and therefore how much I'll miss it. But I have some other interests, especially in music, and I will probably take the opportunity to delve into those things more deeply. ---->>>

The daily calendar seemed, to me, like a kind of cartoon black hole, and you didn't have to be a rocket scientist to know that that couldn't be sustained indefinitely. That's why I pulled the plug on that one after the '02 edition. Kind of a preemptive strike. ---->>>

Every week when my batch of weekly cartoons would go to FedEx, it felt like a small miracle. Then in a few days, it's 'Here we go again.' ---->>>

I just get silly inside my head and I start to think about something and in my head I start twisting it around, contorting it and envisioning it in different ways. ---->>>

I actually find a lot of parallels in jazz and cartooning. ---->>>

I've always considered music stores to be the graveyards of musicians. ---->>>

Humans have changed ecosystems more rapidly and extensively than in any comparable period of time in human history, largely to meet rapidly growing demands for food, fresh water, timber, fiber and fuel. This has resulted in a substantial and largely irreversible loss in the diversity of life on Earth. ---->>>

Cartooning was a good fit for me. And yet now, years later, I almost never think about it. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 08-14, 1950
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Occupation: Cartoonist
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Gary Larson (born August 14, 1950) is an American cartoonist. He is the creator of The Far Side, a single-panel cartoon series that was syndicated internationally to over 1,900 newspapers for fifteen years. The series ended with Larson's retirement on January 1, 1995. His twenty-three books of collected cartoons have combined sales of more than forty-five million copies (wikipedia)