Readers and fans who have comments or questions may like to use the Love is...Noticeboard at the bottom of this page. I will try to respond when I can.
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Love is...taking one day at a time
Love is...from your heart
Love is... giving her the moon and stars
Love is... a kind of heaven
Love is...a little nibble
Love is... having someone to hug
Originally created by Kim Casali as a way of expressing her feelings for her husband, Roberto, the Love is... characters and sentiments grew into the famous Love is... syndicated panels of the little naked boy and girl, first launched in The Los Angeles Times in 1970.
How I came to draw Love is...
In 1975 I was picked by the creator, Kim Casali and her husband Roberto to take on writing and drawing the daily panels for her. Tragically, Roberto passed away in 1976 and Kim sadly passed away in June 1997 after a long battle with illness. Her eldest son Stefano has inherited her legacy. I continue to do the daily cartoons, now in my 37th year as the Love is... artist.
Kim Casali's Love is... written and drawn by Bill Asprey -The familiar little black and white panels are syndicated in newspapers and magazines around the world by Tribune Media Services. Just click the link below.
You are always welcome to post a message or request on my Love is...noticeboard.
In 1978 I was asked by the UK's leading national newspaper, The Mail on Sunday, to devise a Love is...colour strip to fit into their weekend format. I created this new style of "Love is..." exclusively for them, in colour, with the couple clothed. Kim was delighted and it ran for many years, until the Mail on Sunday cartoon supplement was closed. So as well as the familiar black/white daily panels published during the week, the colour strip, in the format you see below, appeared every weekend.
Whenever I have time, I put up new Love is... images, so do check back occasionally! You can also e-mail me about Love is...but please be patient, I sometimes take a while to answer.
All good wishes,