Posts Tagged: humor

Jacob Pee Smog

This is Jacob, who lives in the land of beige and likes things “jolly” and English. So he is really jolly English. Jacob would like things to go back to the way they were, before the Europeans, (and others) spoiled

Jacob Pee Smog

This is Jacob, who lives in the land of beige and likes things “jolly” and English. So he is really jolly English. Jacob would like things to go back to the way they were, before the Europeans, (and others) spoiled

Brexit?

Good to know we are in the capable hands of our elected representatives to see us through this mess…!

Brexit?

Good to know we are in the capable hands of our elected representatives to see us through this mess…!

Tayasui Sketches

These are my first attempts at sketching with an i-phone app. This one is called Tayasui Sketches, that’s the app not the sketches. The sketches are called Morcote and Excelsior, after the places where they were sketched…which is original! I

Tayasui Sketches

These are my first attempts at sketching with an i-phone app. This one is called Tayasui Sketches, that’s the app not the sketches. The sketches are called Morcote and Excelsior, after the places where they were sketched…which is original! I

Pablo Picasso in the style of Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso was an enigma, one of those people who was very special, even among his peers and someone who comes along only once in a generation. A man who was definitely one and a half steps ahead of the

Pablo Picasso in the style of Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso was an enigma, one of those people who was very special, even among his peers and someone who comes along only once in a generation. A man who was definitely one and a half steps ahead of the

Quentin Blake

As you might have guessed by now I kind of like sketching. Near the top of that heap of admiration and likeness would be the work of caricaturists and satirists, in particular the work of Quentin Blake, Gerald Scarfe and

Quentin Blake

As you might have guessed by now I kind of like sketching. Near the top of that heap of admiration and likeness would be the work of caricaturists and satirists, in particular the work of Quentin Blake, Gerald Scarfe and