Monthly Archives: April 2014

Everybody Dance Now

Everybody Dance Now

First published in The Guardian, 28 November, 2012. This cartoon was amazingly topical at the time but as events fade into the distance I realise it could benefit from an explanation.   Background:  The Gangnam Style video, by the South Korean singer Psy, is the most viewed in the history of Youtube.   The song and its video spawned many parodies. […]

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

First published in The Guardian online, 25 December 2013. Considering the mini furore in some social media outlets over my rejected crucifixion cartoon, it now bewilders me that I was much more worried about the potential reaction to this Christmas Day cartoon. Worried to the point where, of my own accord, I submitted a watered down version. […]

A Nice Day Out

A Nice Day Out

First published in theguardian.com, 29 June, 2011   The undisputed First Couple of Mexican art are Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. When they got married Diego was 42 years old, 6’1″ and was 300 pounds; Frida was 22, 5’3″ and 98 pounds. This caused them many problems as people often got them mixed up and some people even thought they were twins. […]