The above cartoon was published in the Kansas City Star, upon occasion of a National Cartoonists Society convention there.
Above: This was a challenge to color. When I hit on the poor fellow in the middle being the only one who has warm colors, then the composition took form. Originally published in Reader's Digest.
Above: from a series of cartoons for a call center group.
Above: from the Harvard Business Review. Just goes to show you that even a business mag may publish a cat cartoon!
"We've either got to euthanize him or put him out to stud."
The Chronicle of Higher Education ran the above "rat in a maze" cartoon of mine. I think it's the only rat in a maze cartoon I've ever sold.
"Huddled masses, line 5."
The Statue of Liberty is a good topic for cartoons. One odd tocuh: that's her stone tablet to the left of the desk, leaning up against it.
An early cartoon of mine from the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Above: the rat in the treadmill goes home to his own treadmill. The epitome of life in these times.
"Your loan application is rejected, but here's a thank you card for the bail out."
Above: no one bought the gag cartoon making fun of TARP and corporations. Maybe it was too to the point.
Above: a Funny Times cartoon that is so true.