Grant Snider Comics are known to be honest and perceptive, while still maintaining a comedic appeal. The Wichita, Kansas native has been practicing drawing comics since he was four-years-old. Over the years, he infused his inner child into his works to coincide with adult experiences and continues to do so.
Though his interests have drastically changed since he was four -- from dinosaurs to fatherhood -- Snider manages to stick to his comical style of illustration effortlessly. His well-noted illustrations have been featured in the University of Kansas' newspaper, numerous books, magazines and websites all over the Internet.
He now lives with his family and is enrolled in orthodontics school, so hopefully he doesn't stray from his amazing web comics. In the mean time, be sure to reminisce with this list of his work.
From Cheeky Novelist Comics to Clever Agricultural Cartoons
Artistic Advice Illustrations
This 'Painting For Non-Majors' Comic is an Creative Guide
Cunning Profession-Based Illustrations
The Grant Snider Sketchbook of the Pros Comic is Hilarious
Cheeky Novelist Comics
'The Original Manuscripts' by Grant Snider Describes Books Pre-Publication
Mythical Sports Event Art
This 'Olympians' Comic by Grant Snider is Clever
Seasonal Literature Illustrations
The 'Required Summer Reading' Comic by Grant Snider is Brilliant
The Synesthetic's Crayon Box by Grant Snider is an Experience
The Grant Snider 'Dancing About Architecture' Comic is Adorable
Literary Junkie Illustrations
This 'Stray Books' Comic by Grant Snider Details Literature Overload
Whimsical Life Stage Depictions
The 'Cycles of Life' Comic is Clever and Cheeky
Clever Agricultural Cartoons
This Pig Latin Comic by Grant Snider is a Play on Words
Inspirational Introvert Illustrations
The 'We are the Introverts' Comic Encourages Individuality