There’s a Village on the Infield Grass


This isn’t unique to baseball, but the structure of the game, the design of the field, and the player positions, lends itself to a little fantasizing. Also, Dodger Stadium is way more fun to draw than any other park. Click: big, obvs.

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Craig Robinson is not a Child, a God, a Pilgrim, a Rock, the Forest, the Resurrection, the Cosmos, the Law, or Damo Suzuki. Nor is he trying to break your heart. He does have a Web site, though. It's called Flip Flop Flyin'.

5 Responses to “There’s a Village on the Infield Grass”

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  1. John Paschal says:

    Any village that includes a half dozen Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm-Flailing Tube Men is a village that I want to live in.

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  2. Yirmiyahu says:

    Just noticed the soccer game. Brilliant.

    Also love the way the baseline naturally looks like a road over the bridge.

    Kind of concerned about the artist’s mental health, though.

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  3. Paul G. says:

    So when is Rock Vuvuzela going to guest star on Adventure Time?

    Thank goodness I zoomed in. For a minute I thought those little houses were the thing’s scat.

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  4. Al Harrington at Al Harrington's Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm-Flailing Tubeman Emporium and Warehouse says:

    Thanks to a shipping error I am now currently overstocked on wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube men, and I am passing the savings on to you!

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  5. Totally Not Stalin says:

    Fucking Marlins

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