• Illustrated Proof of the Oddness of NYC

  • Illustrated Proof of the Oddness of NYC

  • Illustrated Proof of the Oddness of NYC

  • Illustrated Proof of the Oddness of NYC

  • Illustrated Proof of the Oddness of NYC

  • Illustrated Proof of the Oddness of NYC

Illustrated Proof of the Oddness of NYC

There used to be a popular website called Stuff Overheard in New York (that, surprisingly, is still up) that highlighted all the odd things locals and visitors stumble across while moseying around the city. Considering there are 8 million people living here from all cultures, economic backgrounds, and walks of life, it’s no surprise that things gets a little weird from time to time.

Illustrator¬†Andrea Tsurumi, who we wrote about last year for her hilarious mini comic about an ass-kicking Andrew Jackson, has a new ongoing series called Eavesdropper, which is a lot like the illustrated version of Stuff Overheard in New York. Presented like a visual diary, Tsurumi describes her city encounters day-by-day, observing the surprising politeness of “Don’t sit there!” or “Watch your bag!” and highlighting how entertaining one 5-minute transfer at the train station can be. If you liked this, Tsurumi also has another ongoing comic about books called Library Book.

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