More Cartoons

So ever since signing up to Instagram recently, I’ve been trying to post a new piece of art or cartoon every day (or as close as possible), to exercise my topical muscles a bit. In the rush of it all I’ve not had the chance to update this site, so here are my most recent cartoons in one lump sum. To get more regular cartoon updates, follow me on instagram. Cartoons… Read More »More Cartoons

Blame Game

A new cartoon in “New Yorker” fashion. An attempt at reducing how much I telegraph the message of my cartoons.


Bit late to the party with this one but it still seems as topical and relevant as ever. I saw this in my head in the style of a The Week cover, but went with my own drawing style since I’m not sure I could have done justice to theirs.

The Snow-Bear

Just a wee christmas cartoon I drew. Halfway through I realised I was basically drawing an unofficial Liz Climo strip and did some quick Googling to make sure I wasn’t just cribbing an existing idea. Enjoy!

Prime Minister’s Evasions

Off the back of David Cameron dodging a question about tax credits 6 times in one sitting, I drew a quick sketch for an idea I had. It didn’t quite turn out how I wanted it to – I had this idea of Corbyn and Cameron hosting a “This Morning”, easy-viewing morning style show. As Corbyn reads a tricky question from the audience, Cameron cuts him off and outros to the rest… Read More »Prime Minister’s Evasions


Another quickie on the back of the WHO report that bacon and sausages rank alongside cigarettes as a major cause of cancer.


Just a quickie about today’s news… no pun intended #piggate

America Custodiet Ipsos Custodes

A quick cartoon about the irony of François Hollande’s recent outrage at discovering his phone may have been tapped by the NSA, the same week that France introduced new sweeping mass surveillance laws for the French populace. Still trying to get the hang of this political cartoon malarky – I’m always hesitant to label things in fear of falling into trap that The Day Today parodied so well, but don’t think… Read More »America Custodiet Ipsos Custodes