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Showing posts with label tigers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label tigers. Show all posts

Friday, 29 July 2016

Tigers in lipstick

Well, when National Lipstick Day collides with International Tiger Day what's a guy going to do?
(many thanks to my lovely friend Alicia for suggesting this!)

Friday, 23 October 2015

Oh my!

Postcard from the Oz...

Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Tiger pants

Nothing as joyful as pants on a tiger in its natural habitat!

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Man eating tiger

The 'oldest joke in the book'™ brought to you from those nice folk who brought you Wet Sketchbook!

Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Cartoon Kid book 4 - Emergency!

Jungle whales

Tiger / kangaroo cake fight

Cow wars!



Disgruntled fairies

Hungry chameleons!

School catering...

The new Cartoon Kid book by Jeremy Strong which I illustrated has just been published by Puffin. You get pictures of vampires, cows, fairies, unlikely whales, arguing tigers & kangaroos & more! How can you resist?
I'd humbly suggest you employ shanks' pony & purchase it from your local independent bookshop or else be a lazy a*** & get it off the interweb

Monday, 6 June 2011

Grannies wrestling tigers, plummeting rhinos & others...





Some more of my illustrations from the new Cartoon Kid book by Jeremy Strong featuring Grannies wrestling tigers, plummeting rhinos & superhero action among other treats!
You can buy your copy here

Friday, 27 May 2011

Lions & Tigers & Bears (oh my!)



Detail from previous post - am most perplexed why more people don't want Wizard of Oz tattoos theses days

Monday, 22 February 2010

Imaginary medical conditions #2



This sketch got incorporated into the illustration for The Economist in the previous post (Economical tigers - http://stevemaystuff.blogspot.com/2010/02/economical-tigers.html) but is actually illustrating the debilitating effects of 'Brigadier's Syndrome' on a child -

symptoms include -

excessive bellowing, theatrical growth of facial hair, and an alarming affinity for gin & guns.
(Soft toys are liable to be shot, stuffed & mounted.)

(You have been warned!)

Economical tigers



Recent commission for The Economist magazine on the subject of heat re-cycling
- you might have noticed I became slightly more excited about the prospect of drawing tigers which the nice folk at the magazine seemed happy to indulge me with, bless 'em!

Hurray for tigers!