Eye of the Beholder: A Collection of Visual Puzzles
Started as the first comic strip ever to run in the New York Times, this silent set of strips chronicles the world, its foibles, its intricacies, its dreams through the eyes of most anything you can imagine. The trick is to figure out whose eyes they are before seeing the final panel...
NBM Publishing Co // Paperback // ISBN: 1561631590
December, 1996 // 8 X 0.2 X 8.2 in
From Publishers Weekly:
Although it only had a short run at the end of 1993, Peter Kuper's (Kafka, Give It UP!) wordless comics strip, Eye of the Beholder nevertheless boasts the peculiar distinction of being the first (and only) comic strip to run regularly in the New York Times. More visually ironic than laugh-out-loud funny, the strip's isolated images of city life build to ominous, silly and downright surreal visual punchlines. It continues to be syndicated to alternative newspapers.
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