A recent cartoon is currently out in this week’s issue of Women’s World magazine. Check it out now at all major retail stores.
Exciting news! My cartoon is appearing in the September 2023 issue of Reader’s Digest. Be sure to grab a physical copy next time you’re at a newsstand and flip to page 44 to see my latest creation. The cartoon features a character showing all the fun we have trying to login to a website (whoopee!)….
My latest cartoon installment to appear in Funny Times is in the current July-August issue. Check it out online or in hard copy (Viva La Paper!)
Introduction: On May 6th, 2023, the world of cartooning mourned the loss of a visionary artist, Sam Gross. With heavy hearts, we bid farewell to a master of dark and twisted humor, whose unique perspective pushed the boundaries of the art form. In this tribute, we celebrate the life and work of Sam Gross, reflecting…
I am thrilled to share with you some exciting news about the latest cartoon from the Cartertoons. The cartoon, “Thanks for Going Paperless,” has been published in the iconic Saturday Evening Post and is featured in their March-April 2023 issue. If you’re a fan of hilarious and thought-provoking cartoons, you won’t want to miss this…
My latest cartoon published in the iconic Saturday Evening post came out recently for their July-August issue. Check out their site for other cartoons, articles and other cool stuff!
Another cartoon has recently posted to the mental health supersite Psychiatric Times 🙂 This month’s cartoon focuses on the all-too-familiar phenomenon of anti-social devices and their effect on family time. Head over to check it out!
My new cartoon recently posted to Psychiatric Times, the supersite of resources for all things head-brain-thinky-stuff. Head over there now to check it out!
One of my recent cartoons, The Cannonball Kid, appears in this month’s issue of Funny Times. Check it out, it’s a great publication. How could it not be, it’s full of great cartoons!
My newest cartoon has just posted on the excellent data and machine learning supersite, KDNuggets. Check it out here.