Cartoons, graphics and illustrations created for use in editorial publications.
Illustration depicts a kiwi wearing flight googles and rockets strapped to his back labelled 'Ambition' and a larger 'Added Boost'. Refers to ambitious for New Zealand catchphrase.
Cartoon depicts two body builder gym bros running with weights and a sweaty one is carrying a large pack jammed fill with pills and powders "I get an extra boost just from carrying all my supplements."
Cartoon depicts an industrial chemical laboratory with two scientists extracting a greenish yellow fluid into beakers. One is triumphant exclaiming "Success! We have finally replaced the apple." References the growth of vitamin and mineral supplements.
Cartoon depicts three stalls selling 'Some Exercise', 'Good Diet', 'Magic Pills', with a crowd of customers swarming the 'Magic Pills' stall. Prints at : https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/155657768?asc=u
Illustration portrays Santa and reindeer relaxing on a summer beach below a pohutukawa tree.
Illustration depicts Santa Claus relaxing in a stripy chair under a pohutukawa tree overlooking a sunny beach. The tree is decorated with Christmas baubles and native birds.
Cartoon shows a auto garage in which Jacinda Ardern repairing a large damaged car labelled 'NZ' (New Zealand). Refers to the legacy of structural deficit faced by Jacinda Ardern’s governments.
"The 2017-20 government was more a repair shop than an innovative enterprise of deep reform. It focused on plugging the $11.7 billion hole left by National in 2017 in health services, education, public housing and welfare benefits and "child poverty reduction" – and in the buildings and other infrastructure those services need.” - Colin James
Cartoon shows finance minister Grant Robertson calling out to New Zealanders climbing a cliff labelled 'Climate Change' 'Housing Affordability' 'Inequality' "Don't worry I've commissioned a new report"
Cartoon shows boomer politicians watching on as zoomers zoom past them on e-scooters carrying pennants labelled 'Sooner' 'Harder' 'Stronger' - refers to Labour leader Jacinda Ardern slogan 'Go early - go hard'.
Illustration depicts snakes with forked tongues circling the earth to cyber attack New Zealand - relates to vaccine misinformation and disinformation by state and non-state actors.
Illustration depicts a cigar smoking businessman wearing shirt with many pockets containing many small people.
A secure gated commuity sits behind tall walls in an oasis while wild and strange fearful characters roam outside in a apocalyptic landscape.
High Five poster caption says wash your hands - shows fingers covered with greeblies - germs - bacteria and viruses.
Cartoon shows a typical well-fed New Zealand heterosexual couple giving the thumbs-up sign while standing beside travelling bags with the label 'You do know how lucky we are Trev - referring to satirical song by comedian Fred Dagg.
slane illustration shows statue of GW Bush pushed over on it's side in the manner of Saddam Husein statue..Originally published NZListener May 31-June 6 2008
Cartoon shows a couple sitting at a table with coffees on top of a platform labelled 'Renters' while an older couple wave from their house sitting on a platform labelled 'Owners' rising rapidly into the sky - representing their relative wealth.
On the steps leading to a classical frontage of a bank labelled 'Bank of Mum & Dad' an older couple descend from a door marked 'Deposits' pass a young family ascending towards a door marked 'Withdrawals'.
apps, Cartoon, metadata, poster, privacy, retro, social media, soviet, robots,automation, workplace, redundancy, digital, economy,unemployment..A retro-soviet-style propaganda poster shows man working under the threat of replacement by a robot - caption reads 'Sharing work'
A retro-soviet-style propaganda poster shows man rejoicing in the love he imagines an all-seeing eye hovering above is bestowing upon him - caption reads 'Big Data Loves You'
Independents’ day - How hard is it to set up your own book publishing business? Not impossible – and those doing it may just keep literary culture alive - illustraion for a story by Mark Broatch 26th February 2015..Image refers to book 'Life of Pi'
Illustration & caricature of businessman, Sir William Walkley, founder of Ampol Petroleum Ltd