Put your faith in chocolate

The Weekend Australian Review 25 June 2011


I’ve been drawing The Sightgeist for the Review section of the Oz which is kinda a bit sorta on the same topic as the article beneath it this week’s being on religious faith). Having quite a lot of these now, I was considering collecting them into a book for your delectation, which would require the transfer of actual cash money in my direction.

So feel free to carefully consider the below options, then click “both”…

Would you buy a Sightgeist cartoon…

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Indicator rage @ Spacebar gallery

Framed ink and watercolour. Part of the Haikudelka exhibition, yours for $330 inc GST from Spacebar Gallery off Wooby’s Lane in Salamanca.

If you want to buy it and you’re not in the neighbourhood, it’s $350 inc postage. Contact me to buy as I’ll have to check it isn’t already sold.

Indicator Rage print unframed $33 [wp_cart:indicator_rage_print_unframed:price:33.00:end]

 

Kite Mimes up @ Spacebar Gallery

acrylic on canvas 25cm x 30cm (no frame)

This has been a bit of a favourite in the studio for a while, but I have generously decided to give someone the chance to have it on their wall for real cash money. $440 inc GST from Spacebar Gallery off Wooby’s Lane in Salamanca.

If you want to buy it and you’re not in the neighbourhood, it’s $460 inc postage. Contact me to buy as I’ll have to check it isn’t already sold.

UPDATE: The Kite Mimes original is sold! Prints still available.

It’s also available as a signed print (image size approx 17cm x 20cm). Prices include GST and delivery.

Kite Mimes print unframed $66 [wp_cart:kite_mimes_print_unframed:price:66.00:end]

Kite Mimes print framed $240 [wp_cart:kite_mimes_print_framed:price:240.00:end]
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Where keys go


I’ve been drawing Dopey Bay for about 15 years now. While people say Chooka’s a bit like me, and his best girl Shazza sometimes repeats stuff my wife said the other day word for word, that is of course entirely coincidental.

This cartoon however, is completely autobiographical. Still wondering how they got there.