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Incidental Comics by Grant Snider: How To Grow Imagination. "I drew this comic for the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children's Media at Saint Vincent College. Thanks to Professor Junlei Li for collaborating on its creation!

"Frames of Mind" is a comic that illustrates different moods by orthodontist and cartoonist Grant Snider (previously) of Incidental Comics. image via Incidental Comics

'Frames of Mind', A Comic by Grant Snider Exploring Different States of Mind

What frame of mind are you in? Would you like to break out of the frame and think outside the box? You might get a little inspiration from Grant Snider’s latest gallery of ideas at Incidental Comics.

Ideas

incidentalcomics: The Shape of Ideas

Outside My Window

Outside My Window (INCIDENTAL COMICS)

incidentalcomics: “ Outside My Window You can order a print of this comic (and most any other Incidental Comic) - visit my shop for details.

With tech's growing presence in our daily lives, it's becoming more and more difficult to "get away from it all." SEE ALSO: More Comics on Mashable In this comic, Grant Snider of Incidental Comics illustrates how a member of the connected generation might "experience" nature's wonders. Know anyon

Experiencing the Great Outdoors in the Digital Age [COMIC]

22 Cartoons That Show How Smartphones Are Killing Real Conversations

http://www.incidentalcomics.com/2015/02/the-creative-processor.html

This is one of those "sad" funnies. I feel badly for the person who feels this way at the end of a creative process. But it's cute, and I'm sure it resonates with some people. INCIDENTAL COMICS: The Creative Processor

Yeah, we know it’s “Canon” but to understsand this comic, you have to think outside the box. Comic by Grant Snider of Incidental Comics. Posters of this and many other fine litera…

The Cannon of Literature [Comic]

Finally, A Comic That Explains How To Use “Whom” In A Sentence Correctly!

Finally, A Comic That Explains How To Use "Whom" In A Sentence Correctly!

Conflicts that man faces in plot and structure

How to Write Plot

in one graphic Grant Snider has summed up Conflict in Literature in a delightful comic: Lisa Three of my favorite books presented themselves, one for each era: Classical - Till We Have Faces (Man vs God) Modern - The Gammage … Continue reading →

Nordic folklore, some interesting mythological creatures and figures

Nordic folklore

Nordic folklore these creatures have a likely origin of the Jotner in Norse mythology. Jotner were most damaging to the Norse gods , but sometimes benefit

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