Here’s my review on Truthdig of the new Fantagraphics book celebrating the cartoons and cartoonists of The Realist, aptly titled The Realist Cartoons. It’s a stunning collection and a physically beautiful book. Dig it.
What better way to say fuck you to ol’ man winter than with a short sleeved shirt?! These Clowncrack exclusives are 100% cotton – that’s right, homey claus, one-hundred-fucking-percent! – and tagless so assholes won’t be getting all up in your shit and touching the back of your neck and saying, “Oh, here…hang on a […]
Time to vote your heart, dear citizens – and I promise that this vote won’t turn your stomach and make you wish you was never born! I have been given the opportunity to collaborate with a skateboard company (more details to come) and was asked to design two Mr. Fish signature boards, myself. (The hipsters […]
The Clowncrack Shop is finally open for business! Right now you can get any cartoon I’ve ever done as a signed print! More products to follow, including mugs and t-shirts. Stay tuned, fun-lovers…
With a respectful nod to the famous photograph of Woody Guthrie holding his “This Machine Kills Fascists” guitar, I did this illustration for Chris Hedges’ column over on Truthdig explaining how and why the liberal elite were complicit in the election of Donald Trump. Dig it.
Here is the delightful conversation that I just had with Lucy Dyer and Jessica Perry on A Questionable Mind, the fabulous podcast on politics, activism and art from jolly old England. Dig it.
Dig this walk through of my recent gallery show, WE ARE NOT ALONE, with my chum and dealer, Robert Berman, a longtime hellraiser and agitator of the kindest and most committed sort.
Yes, it’s true, I’ve been neglecting my cartooning responsibilities recently, not because I think the world is finally behaving itself and completely undeserving of criticism, disdain or full-throated condemnation, but rather because I’ve been working on a new, profoundly hilarious and cripplingly sad web series about the teenage years of Jesus called For Christ’s Sake. […]
Here’s the lively conversation about art and politics that I had with my chums over at Truthdig Live today! Dig it.
Own a piece of history by taking possession of what many comics and commentative art scholars consider to be the best editorial cartoon of the 20th Century! For a limited time (specifically, until August 27th), the original art for Mr. Fish’s most famous cartoon, Can I Have a Grant?, is being offered at half its […]