Simple Graphics Man


From my inbox this morning, a special surprise SGM! It’s supposed to be a warning not to relieve oneself in the street, but without the companion banner (which is just asking for some judicious disappearing) there is no visual indication that SGM shouldn’t be pissing in the gutter. One could be forgiven, then, for taking the graphical icon as a recommendation.

Uh-oh SGM. Might be a long night in a small room for you…

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Big thanks to Karl for this one!

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The Continuing Misfortunes of Simple Graphics Man ~

#42: The Hidden Holes.

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from SGM, but true to form, he pops up once more as we cruise into the holiday season to remind us that things are often not what they appear to be on the surface.

So in the pool, as in life, hang on fast to your lilos Dear Friends, and remember to keep New Year’s Day available for poemin’

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This edition of the Saga of SGM comes to us from Wolfman in NZ. Thanks buddy!

I like how the stencil artist has captured SGM’s sense of panic here. Run, SGM, run!

Mind you, when he finally catches his breath he’s going to be taken aback somewhat by his absence of feet and hands.

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Thanks to Atlas for this one.

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Yesterday saw the unprecedented simultaneous arrival in my inbox of not one but three new adventures of Simple Graphics Man.

In this first, sent to me by Atlas, SGM is really up against it. I mean really up against it. Between a rock and a hard place, it would seem. Or perhaps between a brick and a hard place. Whatever, his internal organs are certainly never going to be the same after this unfortunate altercation.

The next one, also from Atlas, apparently chronicles SGM’s employment as a ‘top man’ in the filing department of a certain government organization.

I hope he pushed from the middle! He’s not allowed to talk about that little incident, for obvious reasons. He doesn’t talk about the following little incident (sent in by Cissy Strutt) much either, for other obvious reasons.

Well, it could happen to anyone, right?

Simple Graphics Man demonstrates the peril in store for naughty boys and girls who go snooping for Xmas presents.

Hmm. Not very Xmassy is it?

That’s better!

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Today’s SGM comes to you courtesy of Atlas

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It had to happen sooner or later. SGM was set upon so frequently by life’s insults that taking refuge in the Tao plainly offered the best option. The least you could do is give up your seat for him.

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Simple Graphics Monk comes to you courtesy of Cissy Strutt and her friend Siro.

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