The way it works is the gallery provides plain pine boxes to as many as 150 artists to do creatively as they please with (as long is the box remains in the final piece in some form).
I cut the art out, Molly applied the pieces with gel medium.
Group photo for magazine Towards Revolutionary Art (TRA) 1976. Larry, Harry "R. Diggs" Driggs, Guy Cowlell, Ingrid B., and Trina Robbins.
Leonard Rifas 1978
This is youthful me in Trina's studio, 1975. Lots of Fiction House comic book art on the wall. Note Trina's nose in lower right hand corner. (Photo by Denis Kitchen)
San Diego Con 1979: Don Dougherty, Paul Mavrides, Roger May, me, Shel Dorf, Steve Leialoha, Dan O'Niell's elbow, Melinda Gebbie, Bob Foster, Trina and Carol Lay.
Hector, Trina Robbins and me at the Berkeley Comic Art Fair circa 1978. (A poor photocopy of a Clay Geerdes shot I picked up somewhere).
The great political cartoonist David Low.
The museum publishes excellent catalogs of many of its exhibits. I picked up a couple.
This one on H.M. Bateman.
And this one on the equally remarkable Ralph Steadman:
More info the the Cartoon Museum athttp://www.cartoonmuseum.org/about/history-of-the-museum