Always Abscond with an Interminable Trail

I am moving to New York City.  Don’t worry, Michigan, I’ve left something for you to remember me by.  My love for you is as ceaseless as it is cardinal, and I shall return.


I’m not sure if people still do these, but a shout-out to Vinnie Massimino for his additional camera work.

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32 Responses to Always Abscond with an Interminable Trail

  1. Jessica says:

    Death is but a door. Time is but a window. You’ll be back

  2. Lady ARod says:

    Welcome to the NYC area. You’re life is about to get a lot more awesome and a little more hobo filled.

  3. prenin says:

    Hope the move works out for you dude – stay in touch!!! :)

    God Bless!


  4. anna says:

    Hey, whenever you get back for a visit let’s make a point of pretending you’re coming to look at my mediocre artwork. I’ll make an effort to pretend I have something worthwhile to show you. I think we’ve got the drill down pretty well.
    I am sincerely excited for you. Good luck in the big city! And say hello to Brett for me.

  5. Spectra says:

    May your near future be filled with much ironic inspiration!

  6. John Rowley says:

    Wonderful. Best parting gift you could have given. Love the comics too (read em all). Here in the UK there is a kindred spirit that you may possibly not be aware of but you will surely like very much – ever heard of David Shrigley? Here’s an animation he made for Blur’s ‘good song’ which will give you a good introduction to his work and provide you with a starting point to explore all the other mad stuff he’s made and here is an interview with Shrigley that you’ll enjoy and will no doubt inspire you as I imagine you share his attitude towards creativity at least in part –

    Good luck in NYC, keep making forever!

  7. Lis says:

    Sheez, what terrible timing you have! I just left the NYC area two months ago. Oh well. Welcome to New York all the same.

  8. Good luck in New York! And I think you should seriously consider doing more work of this type, it’s really enchanting.

  9. I don’t care where in the world you are, just as long as you keep drawing and blogging. :)

    Also, when are you coming to Toronto?? This is ridiculous…

    • Posky says:

      A little. I start harassing me on facebook and we’ll sort all of this out.

      I’ll be in Michigan semi-regularly still and I can always host in New York.

  10. asoulwalker says:

    Wow, could you come to my city and do that sometime?

  11. Rae says:

    Welcome, soon-to-be (possible) neighbor!

  12. Byron says:

    I’m gonna miss hangin out with you, man (or at least, until I see ya again). In this post, seven panels down, is my favorite; definitely my experience with women. People always say what makes them appear more sane and reasonable. I met a girl who unapologetically dated scum bags. Her life seems pretty miserable but in a weird way, I respect that she comes by her proclivities honestly.

    • Posky says:

      Life is rarely simple but we can always try to make it such through art. I think that’s the point of it.

      I’ll see you soon.

  13. Hope your transition is (was?) smooth. NCY is a strange place.

  14. Evie Garone says:

    Wow. . .good luck to you NYC is so awesome! Your art should really be appreciated there, don’tcha think?

  15. Hey give me some samples of what you plan on drawing around the city so when im peeing on the street I know you were there, or near by.

    Also I found a curator-in-training, which means with the right amount of conniving she wouldn’t recognize to dump your work in a manila envelope 12ft deep like your previous one.

  16. Silk says:

    Hey, You! Where’ve ya been? I think we have all waited long enough and given you sufficient time to settle in to NYC…what say you???

    we’re waiting…

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