Meet the Dumb Things: a collection of doodles about everyday objects and their worries, dreams and adventures. Inside these twenty-one stories you will find Bernie Ballpoint, who writes everything in blue even if his grocery list contains red tomatoes; Diko Doormat, who is hopelessly in love with Diane Doorknob and brings her raspy serenades with pebbles and dog poo between his teeth; or Timmy Tin Can, who is rusting away on a dusty basement shelf where he prays for war, so he won’t be thrown away unopened.
This is the extended and newly edited version of the 2019 booklet of the same name. It’s also way more smart. Which, in our vocabulary, simply means more dumb.