Cartoonist, comic stripper, book illustrator, political cartoonist, caricaturist, and editorial cartoonist.
Appears every fortnight in Private Eye (Forgotten Moments in Music History), has also worked for Penguin, Random House, The Times, Spectator, Reader's Digest, The Beano (Billy Whizz) and The Dandy, to name but a few.
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Thursday, 24 December 2015

Merry Christmas!

A little bit of politics... 
My cover for the Christmas issue of Tribune magazine:


Tuesday, 25 August 2015

"You should concrete over. Makes life so much easier"

I was recently delighted to have those lovely fellows at Private Eye publish the following cartoon, which involves several subjects close to my heart: the sad modern phenomenon of front gardens being turned into car parks, less-is-more gardening, and lying in hammocks... 

Those who know me personally might even fancy they recognise a character or two in the drawing...
As always, get in touch of you'd like a print.

Thursday, 18 June 2015

When Eileen came on

Forgotten Moments in Music History, which appears every fortnight in Private Eye, is usually written by musical witmeister Rik Edwards, but this was one of my own ideas...

Thursday, 7 August 2014

minimalist blog round-up

A bunch of stuff I've done/contributed to/been included in recently/not that recently but haven't mentioned on here before due to overwork/blogging fatigue. The Monster Sale is a book of poems I illustrated on the inside (not the cover), the greeting card is part of a new range of Forgotten Moments In Music History cards launched earlier this year. 

As you can probably tell, my blogging fatigue is ongoing...

Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Annuals plug!

Don't forget your annuals this Christmas folks! I drew (but not wrote) some Billy Whizz in the Beano book, but the stuff I'm proudest of is in the Dandy book, six pages of Winker Watson and a 10-page Jack Silver extravaganza wot I wrote and drew. 
 Copyright DCThomson -- The value of your investment may go down as well as up.

Sunday, 28 April 2013

Useleus on cover of this week's Phoenix

Our ancient Greek idiot makes the cover of the Phoenix this week. There's a 4-page story inside, plus loads more great comics by, y'know, other people.