The Dadaist movement was a deliberate conscious effort to turn the tables upside down, to show the absolute insanity of our present day life, the worthlessness of our values. There were wonderful men in the Dadaist movement, and they all had a sense of humor. It was something to make you laugh, but also to make you think.

- Henry Miller

Welcome to Europiummm Comics, where high art meets low humor. If you love art, you've come to the right place. If you have issues with authority, you've come to the right place.

Times change, but I don't think people do. We owe a lot to the artists of the past, like the Impressionists, who also challenged the formal norms of their time. Thanks to them, we are afforded an intimate glimpse of what life was like 100 years ago. Degas took us backstage of the ballet. Renoir and Manet were among the first to truly explore the beauty of the female nude, thanks to the prostitutes and performers who frequently posed for them. With the fervor of young Icarus, Monet pursued light. He bought a studio boat with a tall cabin so he could paint while on the river whatever the weather.

I love their paintings, because they are scenes. Each is a small, colorful play in a frame. What were they thinking, the ones who sat there for hours posing for these artists? What were the artists thinking when they broke from artistic tradition and decided to paint us, the world around them, life as they knew it? The best comedians get the biggest laughs by holding a mirror up to their audience, to the world. I believe the Impressionists were trying to do the same thing: show us ourselves.

And who are we? That's what I have tried to explore with these collage comics, taking the liberty to fill in a few "blanks" here and there. 

Contact Me: europiummm@yahoo.com

Peace Out!

December 14, 2007

Dear, Vincent: 03Vincent.wma

Bio Pic: still breathin'

New Comics


Jesus Returns

Mister City Policeman

Jesus Meets the Other Mary

The Early Morning Visitors

The Organ Grinder

Jesus Just Farted

David's Secret

Jupiter Don't Laugh

Corporate Genesis

Bullet the Blue Sky

Jesus Juice

The Sultan of Saber Rattling

Not Going to Kelly's Pub

The Jealous Sister

Dinner Decisions

Her New Web Cam

Jesus Gets Mad

Talking Heads

The Explanation

Old Abe

Rescuing Edith

The First Temptation of Christ

The Little Hypnotist

The Tree's Koan

The Unmotivated Oarsmen

The Wayward Waitress

As the Virgin Squirms

Dumb Dad

Cupid Busts the Organist

The Wrong Answer to a Bestial Question

Hauling Ass

The Lute Player

Why Don't We Do It in the Road?

The Bottle Drunk

The Vulgar Husband

The Amateur Visionary

The Artist

The Proposal

God's Son

The Virgin

Collage Comics


Priest with Hangover

Fifer Keeps Messing Up

Spring Break, 1896

Overprotective Parents

The World I Grew Up In

Strip Poker

The Republicans

Graffiti Bridge

After Quitting the Corporate World


The New Girl

Floor Worker Farts

Jockey Gets Pissed

Wild Wife


So Stoned

Stink Bomb on the Life Boat

Drunk Wife

Alone Time

Traumatized Tree

Big Fan

Mom Emails

The Liberal

Why, Dad? #1

Precursor to the War of the Roses

Naughty Daughter


Breakfast for Champions

Drunk Again

Adults Are So Stupid

Accidents Doo Doo Happen

What She Thinks of Her Daughter's Behavior

Frustrated Painter

About FEMA

Adam vs. Eve

Confused Wife

Mean Peaches

When You Gotta Go

Grandma's Favorite Helmet

It Smarts!

Annoying Sister

The Rose Grower's Secret

Shroom Party

Tree's Impersonation

Something About Mary

All Day at the Opium Den

What One of the Rich Thinks of the Rich

Why, Dad? #2

Paul is Pauline

Harold's New Fetish

Best Friend's Betrayal

Poor Medea

Coming Out

Sweet Sixteen

Kids Imitate Parents

High Maintenance Husband

Prankster Governess

Skeleton's Warning

The Birth of Groupies

Different Worlds

Annoyed Wife

Sick of It All

Poesy Don't Pay

Trees Trippin'

The Pope Just Farted

What Renoir's Wife Had to Endure

Times Are Tough

She Loves Animals

Two Goats

She Regrets


Mary's Over It


Short Fuse

Horse and Jockey Motivators

What Friends Are For

The Big, Bad World