Because of his anxiety, the artist gave up his Ph.D. in philosophy and began drawing dog comics (20 Comics)

Henry James Garrett, a comic artist from Brighton, is well-known for his work. He often depicts animals and objects saying amusing and witty things to one another (normally on political subjects).

He was pursuing a PhD in Philosophy at the time. He did, however, leave because he was anxious. When anxiety forced him to quit his Philosophy PhD, Henry explained, “I began attempting to transform DrawingsofDogs, my little webcomic, into even more of a company.” I’m currently selling comics on greeting cards and working on a book.

We’ve compiled a collection of some of his most famous dog-themed comics to make you happy. Enjoy the ride by scrolling down!

Image Source : Drawing of dogs





Making fun of dogs allows me to reflect on the peculiarities of human behaviour.








Drawings of Dogs, a Brighton-based artist, previously created his great outlined stories after abandoning his PhD studies due to nervousness. As a means of coping with his anxiety, he started drawing and writing stories, which eventually led to the sale of greeting cards. This is his storey, which is obviously beautifully illustrated.





He’s worked for The New York Times, designed elective Valentine’s cards for The Fawcett Society, given Meghan Markle a women’s activist drawing of her dog as a gift, cartooned for The I Newspaper, Buzzfeed, and London Pride, given solo presentations in London and a lovely phonebox in Brighton, and amassed an excellent generous following of fantastic people.






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