What alsohelps is realizing that it's not that "someone is wrong on the Internet," it's that most of the time they're not even wrong. After remembering that, somehow it's easier to just get back to your work, which is the right response anyways to whatever it was that riled you up in the first place.
These are the layout pages for "Body of Work." (You can read it here.)
I'm in-between projects right now and trying to clean up the studio (AKA the living room), so I may as well post some junk like this.
I had a hard time with this assignment (for an exhibition at Parsons about polymath cartoonists) but I eventually figured something out I was happy with. Here's some tricks I learned about how to approach assignments that work for me personally:
1) start building the story around whatever emotion you're currently feeling in your life (annoyance, frustration, hostility, etc.)
2) make it recursive