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St Andrew is crucified on a saltire. A Roman legionary says "He said a crucifix was too good for him", to which another replies "Christ Almighty!". An evil cherubic Britannia hovers over Andrew with a trident and Union-flag shield. Caption reads "The Patron Saint of Cringe."

The Patron Saint of Cringe

Andrew: the patron saint of Scottish Cringe This cartoon was created to accompany the Orkney News article in the November 2018 edition of iScot magazine. The article is about St Andrew’s Fair Saturday 2018, which is a day of events promoting positive social change throughout the world. It is a response to the unsustainable consumerism embodied […]

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Pen and ink cartoon showing Tavish Scott and Nicola Sturgeon as Punch and Judy. Mr. Tavish is hitting Nicola with a newspaper and shouting about unfair ferry fares.

Cartoon: Tavish Scott and the PFI Ferry debacle

Tavish Scott and the PFI Ferry debacle This cartoon first appeared in the January 2018 edition of iScot magazine. It accompanies an article by Fiona Grahame of The Orkney News called “Owre the ferry tae the islands.” The subject of the article is the provision of lifeline ferry services in the Northern Isles, which has […]

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I ken whaur ye bide, beuy

“I ken whaur ye bide, beuy.“ This cartoon was drawn to accompany Fiona Grahame’s The Orkney News column in iScot magazine for December 2017. The subject of the article is the problem of goose management in Orkney, but the cartoon has a different subtext. It was inspired by a recent incident of racial abuse in […]

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