Bad Art: Some kind of creative output that gets a reaction. Hilarity or censorship ensue.

Have you ever seen something, heard something, read something, and had a reaction to it – maybe it got you thinking, or it made you feel like you’ve just gotta say something? Start an argument? State your opinion? Check it out again? You just took in some Bad Art.

Making art is great – but it’s the part where people see it and react to it that things get interesting. Books get burned, people pass out at concerts, they ooh and aah at how cute the thing is, or get in an argument in the car over whether a painting (or a movie, or a book, or an interpretive dance) is the greatest ever or a true piece of poop.

Who knows what Good or Bad means really? Forget the niceties, let’s get in there and check some stuff out.

Here’s a comic on Bad Art. It’s pretty much the manifesto.

Get my Email Newsletter.

Everything below is free to print, link, and share. Have at it.

PDF Stick Figure one-pager:

Printable One-Pagers

You Should Make a Comic. You totally should. Start with this here sheet for inspiration.

BATS! Used by National Park Service naturalists in their bat talks. I mean, who doesn’t love bats. Can be two-sided, or two sheets. Color em, draw on em, enjoy.

How Credit Cards Work. Great for a recent graduate or other human you want to have good money habits.

Zines for Your Face

Print em, share em, give em to people you like. Each requires one sheet of paper and a bit of crafty folding.

You Should Make A Comic

Drooly Dog Zine 11: Tony the Boston by Kenny Olson

Drooly Dog Zine 10 by Lori Hanson

Drooly Dog Zine 9: Rosie

Drooly Dog Zine 8: Mocha by Bridgett Spicer

Drooly Dog Zine 7: Murphy

Drooly Dog Zine 6: Mani

Drooly Dog Zine 5: Scoutie

Drooly Dog Zine 4: Sage

Drooly Dog Zine 3: Wyatt

DroolyDog Zine 2: Pedro

DroolyDog Zine 1: Jackson

Folding and cutting your Zine: