CARTOONS

My drawings have regularly appeared in the New Yorker since 2014. I have also made cartoons for Esquire, American Bystander, Google, the Toronto Blue Jays, the NHL, and my Dad. 

 
 

Buy the above cartoons, and many more, at the Conde Nast store, or, visit the CartoonBank for licensed usage.

Read a little more about my cartooning at Ink Spill and A Case For Pencils (if you like).

Click on E.T. (below) for video.

Bob Mankoff talks about my cartoon (not to mention those of Liana Finck and Edward Steed).

A SOMEWHAT ACCURATE GUIDE TO THE MARATHON

You can read the full comic at The New Yorker.

HOW TO SURVIVE A COLD

You can read the full comic at The New Yorker.

WHY YOU SHOULDN'T GO OUTSIDE TODAY

You can read the full comic at The New Yorker.

SEVEN WAYS TO WIN THE LOTTERY

You can read the full comic at The New Yorker.

SOME BRITISH TERMS FOR RAIN

You can read the full comic at The New Yorker.

NHL Playoff doodles

A few examples from a batch created to help the NHL promote the Stanley Cup playoffs.

UNCLEBERRY PIE

Some selections from an uncle's mind-pocket (more every week on instagram). You can buy selected cartoon prints here. I will make others available upon request.