China and Australia

China and Australia

Almost forgot to post this! Illustration in this month’s issue of Australian Penthouse: Australia and how our economy is so closely tied to China’s. Drawn with brush and ink, coloured using blood, sweat and ore. Out now in the July issue… if you hurry, you might be able to still catch one on the stands.

Internet of Things

Internet of Things

Cover art for Business Technology’s ‘Internet of Things’ issue.  Out in the Daily and Sunday Telegraph (UK). Joanne Frearson speaks to Nick D’Aloisio, whose idea was sold to Yahoo! for $30 million, we examine the government’s new legislation which champions the IoT, and we get the inside story behind Babolat’s connected tennis racquet. See the

Abbott Vs Russia (and Richard Nixon)

Abbott Vs Russia (and Richard Nixon)

Busy couple of days, with two illustrations for this week’s Spectator. Originally I was commissioned to draw a beaten, but fighting Nixon cover for Tom Switzer’s review of The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose from Defeat to Create the New Majority (by Patrick J. Buchanan).  But the row over the MH17 bodies has been the

Carbon Tax Repeal

Carbon Tax Repeal

Cover art for this week’s Spectator Australia. Abbott, Jones and Bolt celebrate the Carbon Tax Repeal. The Speccie jumped the gun with Friday’s pre-emptive publication, but news is just in that it passed the Senate today. Please click for a closer look.

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin’s Split

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin’s Split

Here’s a fun little illustration for the new MAD magazine’s “The Real Reasons for Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin’s Split”, written by Kenny Keil. Drawn with brush and ink, coloured using organic, cruelty-free computers. Grab a copy (print or digital) of MAD #528 to see the gags! madmagazine.com/issues/mad-528 Thanks for stopping by, #illustration #ink #coldplay #chrismartin

Brand Recognition

Brand Recognition

Cover art for this week’s Spectator Australia, illustrating an article by Kerryn Pholi on the constitution and branding of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander group Recognise. The issue goes on sale tomorrow digitally, and on newsstands Monday. Thanks for stopping by,

Signed Flash Giveaway

Signed Flash Giveaway

I have seven signed copies of my MAD variant FLASH #30 comic to GIVE AWAY! Just like, share and promote across any of the networks (FB, Twitter, Instagram etc. ) and I’ll pick random winners. (We’ll, maybe ‘winners’ is not quite the right term.) Cheers,

Till Debt Do Us Part

Till Debt Do Us Part

Australian Penthouse took a short hiatus, but it’s back – and a pretty classy publication if I do say so.  (Of course, I only read it for the articles.)  Why they’d let a schmoe like me in such a classy joint is anyone’s guess, but I’m very happy to have my art included. So here’s

SILA Award

SILA Award

Went to the post office yesterday and found this lovely little package waiting for me. Thanks to SILA and the judges for the honour. Below is the info, or you can head straight to the source. Thanks for stopping by,

Malcom Turnbull, with an L

Malcom Turnbull, with an L

Pocket illustration for The Spectator Australia.  Amongst the recent hoopla, Richard Ferguson praises Malcolm Turnbull and asserts he really is a ‘Big L’ Liberal. Tried to keep this nice ‘n’ loose ‘n’ inky, a little like my Abbott and Farage illo a couple of weeks ago.  This time I forwent colour for a monotone in

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