About Cartoon Infinity Studios
Cartoon Infinity Studios is situated atop an undisclosed location in the most dilapidated, odiferous and trash-strewn part of Manchester, New Hampshire.
Heavily populated by shopping cart-pushing transients, scantily-clad transgender prostitutes, and withdrawing junkies waiting for their next methadone fix; Cartoon Infinity Studios is proud to be the shining gem in the city best known for illegal, back-room gambling bodegas and the country's longest dead-end street. Well, that and Adam Sandler.
''Manchvegas'' provides a wealth of ideas! From the conveniently priced per-hourly motel rates to the pay-per-view domestic squabbles; there's inspiration everywhere you look! Even the used condom and/or hypodermic needle you often find on your shoes (if applicable) can provide hours of fun for you and/or your illegitimate child/children!
*Winner of the year's most unanticipated, unannounced, unpublished contest, ''How Crazy Can You Get?'', stay outside in the luxurious rust and concrete underpasses of Interstate 93. By day, winning contestants are treated to panhandling through foot high snow drifts on ''World Famous!'' Elm Street, located in uninspired downtown Manchester, New Hampshire. Eligible contestants will be whisked away to our best detox treatment center allowed by The State of New Hampshire. (Cash value not to exceed 1/100 of $0.01.)
Cartoon Infinity Studios is the birthplace of the ''Gonzo Cartooning'' movement, spearheaded by prominent New Hampshire artist and creator, Yu-San Moon.
Cartoon Infinity Studios is dedicated to providing exclusive content 100% free to the public, and serving as a cornerstone for independent New Hampshire cartoonists, artists and writers to showcase their various works to the public.
This website is your one-stop-shop for exclusive access to Yu-San Moon & Friends' upcoming projects and everything related to ''Gonzo Cartooning''.
Check back frequently, as things are always changing at Cartoon Infinity!
''Gonzo Cartooning'' is a redefinement of what cartooning is really about. For some, cartoons are merely a child-like way of poking fun at the social conventions of the time using satire and pop-culture references.
''Gonzo Cartooning'' is about the act of creating the material and finding out where the ideas come from. The end result is inconsequential to the creative process. In ''Gonzo Cartooning'', the artist is the art, rather than the product they are creating.
*Gonzo Cartoonists do not seek fame, fortune or the glamourous lifestyle that goes along with being a normal cartoonist. Gonzo Cartoonists create to entertain themselves at heart, not the public.
Most Gonzo Cartoonists never seek publication or a widespread audience, instead focusing on a small few who share a mutual appreciation of the odd, the bizzare and the random humor of creating different forms of media.
''Gonzo Cartooning'' blends art with life, the real with the surreal, and attempts to shock the viewer into a state of dire disassociative discordance"
Yu-San Moon is an American conceptual cartoonist, writer, and experimental artist. He has been creating cartoons for over 20 years. Mr. Moon's works have been featured in various independent outlets across the globe.
Mr. Moon is credited for creating a new genre of cartooning outside of the traditional forms known as ''Gonzo Cartooning''.
During a redacted portion of his interview with The Examiner, Yu-San officially credited his major influences as Hunter S. Thompson, James Thurber, Franz Kafka, Salvador Dali, Charles Bukowski, a hard knock life, J.D. Salinger and Hanna-Barbera. Yu-San Moon plans to release an autobiography of his life upon his death full of nonsensical ramblings and vague recollections of his interactions with other famous people he never met.
Famous-Birthdays.com, list Yu-san Moon as one of the most famous New Hampshire cartoonists of all time*.
Yu-San Moon is currently developing many new series in print, animated and video forms. Each work will be exhibited and available to to the public exclusively first on Cartoon-Infinity.com.