We are pretty sure most of us have heard about or at least seen some of Adam Ellis' comics that are floating around the internet. The talented cartoonist makes comics that cover popular memes, world news, and of course, occasionally the artist also works on his own original series of comics that are either one-shots or have a few parts of a story to them. Whatever it is, Adam’s comics have gained a lot of popularity over the years, and given how relatable and funny they are, they always get shared across multiple social media websites by his fans.
Adam is a well-known comic artist but that doesn't mean he is unlike the others. Here's how Adam describes himself on his website, "Greetings, loved ones. I am Adam Ellis and I draw comics while surrounded by magic crystals. I like cats and video games. I’m actually just three toddlers in a trench coat. Amazon wishlist available to hot dads upon request."
We should also mention that Adam was a former Buzzfeed employee and an illustrator but he decided to quit his job and later on came up with a collection of autobiographical comics that follow a year in the artist’s life, released back in 2018. The book is called "Super Chill: A Year of Living Anxiously."
Adam Ellis is a comic artist and illustrator who lives in New York City. When he's not drawing he's watching documentaries about cults and dreaming about one day owning a backyard big enough to keep chickens. Adam’s comics deal with weightier topics like seasonal affective disorder and struggles with self-esteem, while also touching on the silly and absurd—like his brief, but intense obsession with crystals.
Adam also mentioned that when he was a kid he had certain phases of obsession when it came to certain things.
"As a kid, I was obsessed with building things. It started with Lego and progressed to me wandering out into the woods and building tiny villages out of sticks and rocks and stuff. Then I'd fill it with dead bugs and snail shells as the 'villagers' and proceed to light the entire village on fire, so make of that what you will."