All shots taken on Otaki Beach, naturally. You can spend $2000 on coffee per year if you’re drinking two per workday.
Tricky, this one – I was going to draw something about Wellington’s Top 50 Pets, but sensibleness won out.
The cartoons linked in with the theme of the issue seem to be the most effective. This is what happens when you draw a cartoon in July to be printed in August and distributed in September (which you’re reading now in October).
From November’s FishHead. Not that hard for a serious coffee drinker to do.
From October’s FishHead. Note Deluxe Cafe’s vintage Coke ad in the background.
A lone panel from the latest Jitterati, as seen in FishHead Magazine, available from most magazine stores in the lower North Island.
Hello. I hope life continues to be absolutely super within your demographic.
In an ideal universe (or, at least, one less flawed) you’d be greeted at this website by the first 24 pages of my new graphic novel Brunswick: Antibalas, drawn for the 20th anniversary of my comic strip Brunswick.
This, unfortunately, is not to be. Daily life for me has been extremely hard for the past few years (as exhaustively detailed on this site) and I am not yet together enough to deliver the goods.
Instead, I offer the complete archives of Jitterati and a large database of graphic novel reviews, all of which can be found in Wellington Central Library’s excellent collection. If you’re searching for a specific title or author, please use the ‘Search’ button to your right.
Here’s an enigmatic panel from the new issue of FishHead, which comes out next week. I’ll put up June’s Jitterati next week as well.