At first glance, Sunday's Non Sequitur comic strip just showed bears dressed up like Leonardo da Vinci. The syndicated strip opens with Bear-Vinci holding a picture of a Virtruvian Bear. It ends with the ursine artist painting a Mona Lisa, who is also, you guessed it, a bear.
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N ews outlets are dropping a long-running staple in their comic strip sections after the artist inserted an obscured message saying, "go fuck yourself Trump. The rest of the comic was an ursine twist on Leonardo da Vinci, depicting the famous painter and his work as bears. Here is the image of the Non Sequitur comic strip.
The syndicated strip opens with Bear-Vinci holding a picture of a Virtruvian Bear. It ends with the ursine artist painting a Mona Lisa, who is also, you guessed it, a bear. But much like Leonardo himself, Wiley Miller, whose work often tackles politics and has occasionally drawn controversy, inserted a secret message into his latest work. Miller has since apologized, saying he never intended for the public to see the statement.
He is the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning. His cartoons typically present progressive viewpoints. Part of his acceptance of his new job required him to give up his United Feature-distributed daily and Sunday cartoon panel Randolph Itch 2 AMa cartoon based on Toles' thoughts while battling insomnia.