This is a quick sketch of one of the waitresses at Zedel a really great restaurant that I tried out recently in Soho, a mere walk two minutes from tacky Piccadilly Circus. You can get a meal with a glass of not band wine for less than 20 quid which I thought was not bad and in surroundings that, although recently built, have all the feeling and atmosphere of a Parisian Restaurant. I might have made her look severe, which she was not. Continue reading Waitress at Zedel
Some people are driven to standing on the streets with sandwich boards in order to find a job. Desperate measures one supposes and one can have some sympathy.Recent stories usually end up with the sandwich man getting the job, or at least ‘ a job’ I was struck recently when working on a story such as these that those blokes that are over a certain age and have been ‘executives’ don’t seem to succeed, the younger ones do.The real reason that the older ones fail, to me at least, is that the signs they wrap around their necks make them … Continue reading Nothing Serious
The colonel walking his dogs, fine fellow, read all about him in the book: Some Missing Persons by me and my chum Gordon Thorburn, an author of some note. Continue reading Best dressed man in the village.
This is a drawing just at ideas stage for a campaign at Eastington, just outside Stroud in Gloucestershire where there are plans to build a lot of houses. There’s a lot of politics in this but I have to say from personal experience that planners can be wrong. Continue reading Riding roughshod!
This is one of a series of cartoons that I do for a company that specializes in recruitment and finding talent, and in branding for companies. They are called Love9am. Look out for them. good people to do business with, and one assumes that if they are using me they have infinite patience and good humour. Continue reading Fancy Dress
They will be back tomorrow. Continue reading Having a natural break from drawings and cartoons…
This chap guards one end of the Promenade in Cheltenham, the Council offices are behind him in those beautiful regency buildings. Continue reading Cheltenham before the snow
Bike in recent snowfall. Continue reading Bike in snow
Bike in the recent snow. The word juxtaposition is a favourite of artists worldwide, but I’m not going to use it here, and favourite has got a ‘u’ in it here. Continue reading And then there was snow…
Bright sunny day before the onset of a lot of snow.Cartoonists like taking photos and not just drawing and this is a fairly recent one. Continue reading Pub tiles before the snow
Remember these chaps who delivered coal to your door.They had a permanent coal dust covering and usually smoked. Continue reading The coalman
It’s that time of year to find that bottled fruit, the thing we used to do before we had freezers.One of the most exciting things about it was that there was never a sell by date,if it fizzed it was best left alone.If not, then warm it up and pour on the hot custard. Continue reading Bottled fruit