If you’re ever in New Orleans, be sure to visit some of its historic cemeteries. You won’t find any grander above ground tombs in America, than the ones in New Orleans.
While you take a silent stroll through the city of the dead, remember that those structures you’re looking at are not churches
or chapels or mansions.
They’re just the graves of very rich dead people, who couldn’t take their wealth with them.
Gaspirtz's award-winning cartoons have appeared in hundreds of newspapers and magazines like Saturday Evening Post, SUN and National Enquirer.
His work has also been featured in dozens of books, including the New York Times best-selling series, Chicken Soup For The Soul.
You might have seen some of his comics online, on sites like BuzzFeed.
Gaspirtz cartoons have been on display in several museums, like the Museum of Modern Art in Tehran, Iran and the National Museum of Cartoon Art in Boca Raton, Florida.
In the late 1980s, Gaspirtz founded a video game development company called Amok Entertainment.
After programming several 8-bit games, he retired from coding and focused on game design as project manager for games like Pot Panic and Woody The Worm. Some of Amok's games were published by a subsidiary of Electronic Arts.
Visit the artist at Gaspirtz.com