Visual Rhetoric > A Day at the Circuits
"A Day at the Circuits" in Breakdowns: portrait of the artist as a young %@*)!. Art Spiegelman, 1975.
Butler PN6727.S6 A6 2008
Spiegelman has remarked that the presence of arrows that direct the reader’s eye to the next panel represent a failure on the part of the artist. To highlight his point, in 1975 he created this page in which the story changes depending on which arrows the reader chooses to follow.