Dame Sally Miseryface, Britain’s Chief Medical Officer, has advised us all to think about cancer before we have a glass of wine. Bet her parties are a right laugh. Dry January’s over so why not spend some of the money you’ve saved on a cartoon to cheer yourself up?
£100 for hand drawn version, £40 for a print, prices still the same as last year, I have achieved zero inflation. George Osborne has nothing on me.
A warm and cuddly new year to all. Here’s my Dry January cartoon from last January’s Private Eye, for all those in recovery in 2016.
It’s nearly Christmas, and you need a present for all your doggie-owning chums don’t you? Well look no further! What about my Labradoodle cartoon, as seen in the Spectator? I can sell you an original, hand-drawn version for £100 or a signed print for a mere £40. Send a cheque to my contact address as usual or email me for details. Then settle back and have a lovely Christmas, knowing your present-buying is all wrapped up. Or resist this opportunity and watch your relatives cry and their pet lab howl in sadness. Why would you do that to them? Why? WHY??
Buy a cartoon now. NOW I say!!
I keep getting requests for signed prints of my Portrait Gallery cartoon, so who am I to argue. A signed print can now be yours for £40. Send a cheque and I’ll post one to you anywhere in the UK, hand signed by me. As ever, a full hand drawn version can be yours for only £100.
Makes a great present!
“Mr.Sulu, what have I told you about messing about on social media when you’re supposed to be at work?”
I have been rude about Twitter in the past but I take it all back, as George Takei has now tweeted my Portrait Gallery cartoon so if there are any twittery trekkers coming to this site, welcome! I am genuinely chuffed to bits.
Apparently one of my cartoons from this week’s Private Eye has been tweeted by twittery people on a website for opinions that are as important as bird noise. Just in case anyone finds my website I thought I’d add a post to say hello hope you like the cartoon. Contact me to buy a copy. You could hang it from your nest or put it at the bottom of your cage and poo all over it.
One of my cartoons has been used in a history GCSE question about Vietnam and I keep getting enquiries about it, so here’s all you need to know, GCSE-ers!!
The cartoon shows a US army officer with some perfume called “Smell of napalm in the morning”. This is a reference to the film Apocalypse Now where the character played by Robert Duvall says “I love the smell of napalm in the morning”. I just thought if he liked it so much he’d buy it as a perfume. That’s it, it’s just a daft joke, there is no deeper political meaning to it whatsoever, it’s just silly.
Now you can all stop emailing me and do your bloody homework on your own like we all had to when we were at school and the internet hadn’t been invented you lazy little ratbags. Oh, and good luck with your GCSEs.