Friday, February 26, 2010

Come and Get It!

Peep this! Here's yet another reason to come to the OTD Release Party TONIGHT at Succezz: A limited-edition On The Daily Medallion. This exclusive acrylic medallion comes courtesy of Solo RM and Chicago's very own Mr. Tastees, and it'll go to one lucky attendee at tonight's party.




So come out and celebrate. We'll be here (and so will this handcrafted, unique piece).

Succezz
1329 South Michigan Avenue
9pm-1am
FREE
Drinks, music and giveaways galore!

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Watch Ya' Step

"Noooo! Not my OG AM90s!"

Dude was only stuntin' with his fave pair of Air Max 90s and look at what he gets.

What a way to go out, but who can blame the homie, am I right? Just goes to show; FOCUS, people. Watch where you're going and your kicks will have a nice, long life.
BIG ups to Stiz-illa on this one!

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Btw, in case you didn't know, we're having a release party for this here online comic this Friday, February 26, 2010. Come celebrate with us, the OTD TEAM, as we officially launch this thang!

Enjoy a night of music, refreshments, giveaways, and rubbing elbows with some of Chicago's most talented people, and learn about what we have in store for On The Daily in the future.

Stay True, Chicago!

Monday, February 15, 2010

Gettin' Grimey

Everyone's been there or knows someone who's gone through a similar story.
It happens.
The important thing to remember is haters and the like will get dealt with eventually.
Just stay true to yourself.

Peace!

Sunday, February 14, 2010

OTD Release Party

It's about that time y'all!

We're having a Release Party for our On the Daily online comic!
So peep the flyer and details below.


"On the Daily Release Party"
SUCCEZZ
1329 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, Il. 60605-2601
(312) 431-1900
www.succezzthestore.com

For more info:
info@onthedailychi.com
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=321479300928

Chitown Stand Up!

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

One Shots

What up party peeeoplllle....?

Today we have what we'll be calling OTD One Shots.
Which is just that; a single image depicting the OTD cast in their world doing their thing.
It's not a full comic, but it's a taste of more.

Peep it.

Can you spot all the homies we're pushing?

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We also want to thank everyone who has supported us in anyway. What we're doing started a while ago and means a lot to us. We want to rep' Chicago hard with this and we appreciate your help.

Thanks!

Peace,
-Solo

Monday, February 8, 2010

Get Off the Phone

What up people?
Check out the new page.

This actually happened to someone we know. Well, not exactly.
Although both the salesperson and the customer were on their phones during the whole transaction, the customer tells us that he checked inside the box before he left the shoe store.
We thought it would be funnier to take some artistic license and add a different ending.
This ever happen to anyone else?

Friday, February 5, 2010

The Ladies

Here's the first wave of OTD female characters.
And more are on the way...

-S

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Drawing Steadily

Feels weird to draw on paper again. I'm so used to doing everything on the computer nowadays.
Here's a pic...
-S.

Monday, February 1, 2010

Maxwell Street

Sup people?

A couple of weeks ago I was driving near Roosevelt and 94 and decided to stop by Maxwell Street Market's new location, Roosevelt Road and Desplaines Street.

If you've never been to it, it's basically an outdoor flea market, complete with a few food vendors and all the bootleg merch you can handle. The market itself has a rich history steeped in blues music and, more recently, Polish hot dogs by way of Jim's Original.

Over the years the market has been moved around the UIC/"University Village" area a few times (the Market was originally located at the intersection of Maxwell Street and Halsted Avenue). Luckily, the spirit lives on.

I have to admit, I was sad the day the city decided to "rejuvenate" that area and move the vendors a few streets away. If you ever visited back in its heyday you would know what I mean.
Here's a photo of the market in the '50s.
I went there with my parents back in the early '80s so imagine that photo with people wearing tight jeans, L.A. Gears and tons of hairspray.

And here's the new strip...


Feel free to share any stories you may have of Maxwell Street Market, past or present. Peace.