Pope Francis Vs The Vatican

Pope Francis Vs The Vatican

Fun little illustration for this week’s Spectator (UK) on Pope Francis’ church reformation…

Tony’s Baby

Tony’s Baby

Had a lot of fun drawing Tony Abbott and his baby (the Paid Parental Leave Scheme) — cover art for this week’s Spectator Australia. You can read the feature article online at or pick up a hard copy of the mag – out today. And here’s how it turned out in print. Thanks for stopping

Walkleys Panel on Lampooning

Walkleys Panel on Lampooning

Had a blast last week chatting cartooning and illustration with Fiona Katauskas, Cathy Wilcox and Lindsay Foyle at the NSW State Library for the Walkleys Foundation. Thanks to Yumi Stynes (@yumichild) for snapping this pic.

MAD’s Choose Your Own Star Wars Adventure

MAD’s Choose Your Own Star Wars Adventure

Looks like Huffington Post has ‘leaked’ something from the new MAD magazine… hmm… what is it? Oh, just a piece I worked on titled “What has Luke Skywalker been up to for the Last 30 Years?” (written by Jonathan Bresman and painstakingly laid out by Darth Flanders). You’ll want to click and open your browser window

Carr ‘n’ Camel

Carr ‘n’ Camel

Cover illustration for The Spectator Australia: Alan Gold on Bob Carr’s Middle Eastern allegiances.  Homage to Lawrence of Arabia, concept by editor Rowan Dean. Here are the original inks and colour finish (please click for a larger view)… … and the published cover, below. The issue is out now in good newsagents everywhere or in

The War on Drugs

The War on Drugs

Fun full-pager illustrating the War on Drugs for Australian Penthouse magazine’s opinion page… You can read the article online at www.australianpenthouse.com.au/Articles/Report/the-dopes-battle-1492 Or read it in print in the August 2014 issue, out now. Thanks for stopping by!

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. Here’s a quick process: Out now in the July issue… if you hurry, you might be able to still catch

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.

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