From The Age 21/8/14. The Golden Age of Television has a lot to answer for.

From The Age 21/8/14.
 
The Golden Age of Television has a lot to answer for.

From The Big Issue 8/14.
Always hated drawing backs of TVs. They feature weirdly often. I like drawing pigs’ tails though.

From The Big Issue 8/14.

Always hated drawing backs of TVs. They feature weirdly often. I like drawing pigs’ tails though.

From The Age, 19/8/14.
Of course the rich don’t necessarily do a lot of driving either…

From The Age, 19/8/14.

Of course the rich don’t necessarily do a lot of driving either…

From The Age 14/8/14Midway through The Public Holiday Lull. It’s ok people, I think we’re on the downhill stretch as of today…

From The Age 14/8/14

Midway through The Public Holiday Lull. It’s ok people, I think we’re on the downhill stretch as of today…



From The Big Issue Australia, July 2014. Is this the most minimal use of spot colour ever? Go Binky!
From The Big Issue Australia, July 2014.

Is this the most minimal use of spot colour ever? Go Binky!
From The Age, 12/8/14.
There is no other word for this but ‘groaner’. But hopefully in the best possible way…

From The Age, 12/8/14.

There is no other word for this but ‘groaner’. But hopefully in the best possible way…

From The Sunday Age, 3rd August 2014.

From The Sunday Age, 3rd August 2014.

From The Age, 31st July 2014.

From The Age, 31st July 2014.

From Medical Observer, July 2014.I saw this story reported on other news sites, so you may have heard it, but it is extraordinary. Research shows that for the majority of men (and also a fair chunk of women) doing nothing alone in an empty room (ie sitting with their own thoughts) is unenjoyable, to the extent that 67% of men and 25% of women (swapping to capitals here) CHOSE TO GIVE THEMSELVES AN ELECTRIC SHOCK (that they had experienced previously, and that they ‘would pay to avoid’ having again - ie: unpleasant) RATHER THAN SIT DOING NOTHING. Researchers did not attribute this to the fast pace of modern society - the rise of distracting electronic devices, smartphones, etc - but thought that these devices might be a response to people’s desire to always have something to do.

From Medical Observer, July 2014.

I saw this story reported on other news sites, so you may have heard it, but it is extraordinary. Research shows that for the majority of men (and also a fair chunk of women) doing nothing alone in an empty room (ie sitting with their own thoughts) is unenjoyable, to the extent that 67% of men and 25% of women (swapping to capitals here) CHOSE TO GIVE THEMSELVES AN ELECTRIC SHOCK (that they had experienced previously, and that they ‘would pay to avoid’ having again - ie: unpleasant) RATHER THAN SIT DOING NOTHING. Researchers did not attribute this to the fast pace of modern society - the rise of distracting electronic devices, smartphones, etc - but thought that these devices might be a response to people’s desire to always have something to do.

From The Big Issue Australia, July 2014.From a few weeks ago… My third entry into the ‘Tiny Clive Palmer Caricature Competition’…

From The Big Issue Australia, July 2014.

From a few weeks ago… My third entry into the ‘Tiny Clive Palmer Caricature Competition’…