Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Nick Galifianakis, Washington Post illustrator


I'm working on a listing of cartoonists who regularly appear in the DC papers, and one of them whose work I especially like is Nick Galifianakis. His work appears bi-weekly or so in the Post, illustrating is ex-wife Carolyn Hax's advice column, "Tell Me About It." The picture here is from the January 12, 2007 column, but he's been doing them for years. He's a local guy, and this 2004 Suzanne Tobin chat is the only biographical bit that I know of. He was supposed to have a book out, but I don't know if that ever happened. I think he's got a very nice line, and hope he eventually does more than just advice column gag cartoons.

3 comments:

richardcthompson said...

Nick's a genius as writer and artist, and the World's Most Fun Person, too. Plus he coined the term "sphinctriloquism".

Mike said...

I'm fairly sure I don't want to know what ability the term describes.

richardcthompson said...

The ability to make people think it wasn't you who made that noise on a crowded elevator.