Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Square Talk

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Circle: Squares can't speak for themselves.
Square: Some of us can!
Circle: I don't mean you! You are not square.
Square: Huh???
Circle: You talk. Squares don't talk. You are not square.
Square: Um...that's not really logical.
Square (left alone): Where did he go?
Circle: We must find a way to help them.
Circle 2: It certainly is a mystery.
Circle 2: What's up with that guy. (Square is in the corner.)
Circle: I've heard they prefer to be alone.


  1. This is brilliant, Bev. 'Nuff said.

  2. You are truly talented. I love it. Very cool.

  3. Yes, that definitely says it all. I love it.

  4. Was this intended to subvert the BUPA adverts (which, among other things, portray "care homes" as idyllic places that people would prefer to live in over their own homes)?

    I've been wanting to subvertise those for a long time, and this one of yours has an extremely similar visual style...

  5. Hi Shiva,
    I don't think I've seen the BUPA ads...I'll have to look that up. This is a more general statement about circular logic, choosing not to listen, power, oppression and who is allowed to participate in defining and discussing autism.

    Aren't you supposed to be busy working today?

  6. I love your cartoons! Want more cartoons (-:

    (oops sorry, comment #9)

  7. I agree Bev. Too many preconceived notions of what it is to be square. Sometimes it's tempting to form a square enclave wherein we can better understand each other.


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