A covering letter for a job application à la Morgens A4. Indian ink, pencil, coloured pencils & crayons on photo paper
When I saw a job advertised for an illustrator, the Morgens decided my
application needed jazzing up a teensy bit. They
asked if they could take charge of the covering letter to the advertiser. I
said OK and sent it off with my CV.
Here's the letter . . .
You'll notice that, as usual, there is the inevitable Morgen-style cock-ups
. . .
These foremen with the blueprints know something's been done wrong, but they'll be damned if they can put their finger on it
And if something about this situation at the bottom of the picture gives you a touch of déjà vu . . .
. . . check out these other bottom right-hand corners of drawings.
By the way, did I get the job, you may wonder, after this Morgen intervention? Well, now that you've seen drawing after drawing portraying Morgens botching & cocking things up (sometimes accidentally, sometimes fortuitously, sometimes just out of sheer malice & divilment), I think you can form your own opinion.