Take a look around and sit a spell. Below you’ll find sketches, recent work and other ramblings. “Scribblings” is the tab for you if you want to see my cartoon portfolio.
All my cartoons are available for your publication, website, presentation, cable empire or obscure manifesto. Just ask. Click the “Hello” tab to e-mail me and we’ll work out something agreeable.
This one is from a couple of weeks ago. I timed it for the week after Jeter retired. Interestingly enough, It drew an angry reader phone call. Apparently, these diseases are nothing to joke about. It seems the caller never whistled past a graveyard.
The sign on the pole is a real thing.
I find myself drawing a lot of traffic camera cartoons lately. These three all ran in different papers within the same week.
A newspaper put out a call for pet photos and caption to be printed in a special section. I politely asked if I might submit a drawing instead of a photo. They agreed. My submission is below. It did not see print. Go figure.
“John Quincy Duck was left unable to fend for himself in the wild by hordes of bread throwing visitors to his pond. After being rescued by the Center for Mallard-justed Waterfowl, he was taken in by a kindly country cartoonist. He now lives a comfortable life deep in the heart of suburbia where he enjoys pizza, skittles and daytime TV. He thinks “The View” just isn’t the same since Barbara Walters left.”
Won’t be fooled again? Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
The Press Club of Long Island announced it’s 2014 Media Award winners.
I won all three places in the “Visual Media: Cartoons” category.
First Place, “Manufacturing”, from the Long Island Business News.
Second Place, “Liquid Natural Gas Fireball”, from the Massapequa Observer.
Third Place, “Common Core”, From Newsday.
How could anyone resist?
(This originally ran in Anton News with the second line reading,
’cause PSEG’s poles reach to the sky.)