Two pigs in yellow vests beating up a black sheep which a grinning skeleton in a top hat looks on. Gammon is Great.

Gammon is Great

Pineapple Gammons in the Banana Kakistocracy Gammon is Great! Pineapple Gammons in yellow vests take back control of the Great Banana United Kakistocracy, under the approving gaze of a Skeleton Lord. Kakistocracy is defined as government by the worst people. The Banana Kakistocracy is an undemocratic totalitarian state run by incompetent psychopaths with delusional levels […]

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Edwin Harrold riding his bicycle fast with his pet rook flying beside. Plants grow in his wake and a little boy waves at him.

Happy Valley – tribute to Edwin Harrold

A tribute to Edwin Harrold Cartoon created for The Orkney News column in the July 2018 edition of iScot magazine, written by Fiona Grahame. The quote, “What you don’t have, you don’t miss,” comes from an interview with Edwin Harrold’s former neighbour Ruby Spence, as outlined here. Edwin Harrold was by all accounts quite a […]

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Pen and ink black and white cartoon showing a section through a chambered cairn. Inside small fairy folk dance to the tune of a human fiddler while a skeleton watches them. Caption reads "take care if the peerie folk ask you to play. The night may go on for a year and a day."

Cartoon – the peerie folk

This cartoon was created for The Orkney News column in the May 2018 edition of iScot magazine. The theme is music, and the article addresses the excellent standard of musical education and live performance that can be found in Orkney. In Orcadian folklore the ‘peerie,’ ‘trowie’, or fairy folk were said to dwell within ancient […]

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