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BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News Cartoonist Chad Carpenter working in the studio of his Alaska home on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012, where he creates his cartoon "Tundra," that appears in over 500 newspapers around the world.

BILL ROTH / Anchorage Daily News Cartoonist Chad Carpenter working in the studio of his Alaska home on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012, where he creates his cartoon "Tundra," that appears in over 500 newspapers around the world.

Updates Around the Studio ("slowly, they began to wilt. No amount of water, singing or pleading could revive them, and so, we began swapping them out with plants that are black thumb friendly.  By the start of this year, our pocket made its full transition to Pothos, Philodendron and ZZs, while the snake plants (Sansevieria) continue to grow and grow (and grow!). All of them have nearly doubled")

Updates Around the Studio ("slowly, they began to wilt. No amount of water, singing or pleading could revive them, and so, we began swapping them out with plants that are black thumb friendly. By the start of this year, our pocket made its full transition to Pothos, Philodendron and ZZs, while the snake plants (Sansevieria) continue to grow and grow (and grow!). All of them have nearly doubled")

Updates Around the Studio ("slowly, they began to wilt. No amount of water, singing or pleading could revive them, and so, we began swapping them out with plants that are black thumb friendly.  By the start of this year, our pocket made its full transition to Pothos, Philodendron and ZZs, while the snake plants (Sansevieria) continue to grow and grow (and grow!). All of them have nearly doubled")

Updates Around the Studio ("slowly, they began to wilt. No amount of water, singing or pleading could revive them, and so, we began swapping them out with plants that are black thumb friendly. By the start of this year, our pocket made its full transition to Pothos, Philodendron and ZZs, while the snake plants (Sansevieria) continue to grow and grow (and grow!). All of them have nearly doubled")

Fancy! New Zealand design blog - awesome design from NZ and around the world Yes sir.: Interview with (and a poke around the studio of) NZ illustrator Greg Straight

Fancy! New Zealand design blog - awesome design from NZ and around the world Yes sir.: Interview with (and a poke around the studio of) NZ illustrator Greg Straight

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