Monday, May 13, 2019

The "Dangerous" Howard Roark

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I'm selling my original art to my cartoon of Howard Roark that I drew for my recent article at Front Page Magazine, and it's also available as a color print. It's drawn in India ink on 11 x 17 bristol board paper.


Cartoon You

I'm offering to draw a cartoon version of you on a 4 x 6 index card, drawn in pencil and india ink for $50. Here's a sample, where I drew a cartoon version of me.

So if you're interested in having a cartoon version of you- or of someone else - send me a picture by email and order yours below.



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Let Me Draw Mohammad For You for Everybody Draw Mohammad Day 2019

Everybody Draw Mohammad Day began on May 20, 2010, and though it’s been pretty much forgotten, I still celebrate it on that day every year. And I’m once again offering to draw Mohammad cartoons for those who can’t draw, but who want to take part in it, in order to defend Free Speech in the face of its enemies in wartime. It will be a cartoon of Mohammad, drawn in pencil and ink, on a 4 x 6 index card, for $50. Below are the ones I did the last time I made this offer. You can request a certain drawing of Mohammad, or just leave it to me. order yours below.  


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Friday, May 10, 2019

PRINT: Aristotle on the Sacred Truth

If your friends take exception to this, that's a thing worth knowing. 11 x 14. 




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Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Print: Again? NEVER

I was just reminded of this older cartoon of mine, and I reposted it on Facebook, and people really loved it, so I just made it into a print. It’s 11 x 17.


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Saturday, May 4, 2019

PRINT: Dangerous To Whom?

Here's Howard Roark from a moment in Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead, responding to a character calling him "dangerous". That word, "dangerous", has been used to describe me, and to describe those who were just permanently banned on Facebook -Milo Yiannopoulos Alex Jones, Laura Loomer, Paul Joseph Watson- and Facebook, in order to appear "balanced", decided to, at the last second, add the left-wing Muslim, Louis Farrakhan, to that list, who Facebook's friends in the media referred to as "far right ". Whatever you think about Milo, Alex, Laura, and Paul, whether you like or dislike them, to accuse them of being "dangerous" and "violent" is a dangerous smear, especially when pushed by the massive megaphone that Facebook has. And these individuals are "dangerous" to whom? And "violent"? How, exactly, are they "violent"? As opposed to the thousands of Muslims on Facebook who threatened to rape and murder me on their platform, with 99% of them doing so with impunity. And then, to see alleged freedom-loving individuals applauding Facebook for this purge, which was made under false pretenses, was very ugly. For my expanded thoughts on this, check out my recent article at Front Page Magazine, If Facebook Were Actually Concerned With Violent and Dangerous People On Its Platform... 

The print is 11 x 17 and you can order it below. 

I'm also selling the black and white original art for it. If you're interested, let my know by emailing me. You can do so by clicking the "View my complete profile" beneath the "About Me" text, to the right. 

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Monday, April 8, 2019

My Mohammad Cartoons Vol. 2

If you liked My Mohammad Cartoons Vol. 1, I think you'll love this one. I have a number of double page spreads, as well 5 full page versions of the ones in my last book, Peaceful Death Threats, which were cut down to size due to the half dozen threats on each page, and I have 40 new Mohammad cartoons that I created exclusively for this new book. I also have a new article on Free Speech that opens the book. It will be over 100 pages, with most of the cartoons in full color, and with some in black and white. It's square bound, 8 x 10.5. It will be available on May 15, and you can pre-order it now. And for those who've been waiting for The Infidel, featuring Pigman #4, it's late, but it will be available in June. Thank you for your patience and for your continued support. I also still have print copies of my book, Peaceful Death Threats.

And Please choose INTERNATIONAL shipping if you're outside of America, by clicking the arrow right above the "Add to Cart" button to International instead of domestic. Thank You. 


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Thursday, April 4, 2019

The Woker

This is my take on what I'm seeing from too many in comic book movie fandom, where "woke" leftists obliviously or shamelessly reveal how morally corrupt they are by seeing villains as heroes. One too many see Thanos, a super villain who wipes out half of all life in the universe, as a hero. And ever since The Dark Knight, leftists appear to be rooting for the nihilistic, mass-murdering Joker, against Batman. I loved Heath Ledger's performance in The Dark Knight, and I like the new trailer for the new movie where Joaquin Phoenix is playing the Joker, but I have no illusions that the Joker is anything other than a villain. He's not a "hero" or an "anti-hero", but someone who, unlike the heroic Batman, couldn't handle his particular trauma, and dove headlong into evil, into nihilism. And I even read a "woke" leftist claim that the Joker in the upcoming movie is a "hero" who battles against "the 1%". This is troubling, and telling of what the left really is, stripped of its pretense at having a "moral high ground".

My original art is for sale. Drawn in India ink on 11 x 17 bristol board paper.



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Thursday, March 21, 2019

PRINT: William Howland Laughing

Here's a panel from my first graphic novel Table for One, of the hero, William Howland, laughing hard at something. Over the years, I've often used this panel to respond to laughable things that have been said to me on my threads on social media. It's my go to illustration to respond to the absurd, and I've now made it available as a print. It's a reminder to me that, no matter how seriously I take life, its enemies, while dangerous, are absurd and are to be laughed at, while being defied and fought. The enemies of life are the enemies of joy, of laughter, and they want to kill laughter, especially the well-deserved laughter coming their way, which is why they're violent, and why they kill. So consider putting this on your wall as a reminder of that healthy attitude towards the absurd, and towards evil. The print is 11 x 17.



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Monday, February 25, 2019

Mohammad Smollett

Here's the lying punk as the lying warlord, Mohammad. My original art is for sale. Drawn in India ink on 11 x 17 bristol board paper.


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Saturday, February 16, 2019

Mohammad Ocasio-Cortez (MOC)

A totalitarian mash up. My original art is for sale. Drawn in India ink on 11 x 17 bristol boar paper.




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Sunday, February 3, 2019

PEACEFUL DEATH THREATS



I recently got a wave of death threats the likes of which I've not seen before. Thousands of death threats by Muslims across all of my platforms on social media, in private messages, and in emails. I even got audio death threats in Facebook messenger. And for the first time, their death threats spilled over into public posts, whereas before, most of them were usually in private messages and emails. What sparked this particular spike in death threats was that I was going to be the judge for the Mohammad Cartoon Contest that Geert Wilders announced in June 2018. Geert Wilders ended up cancelling the contest, which only made Muslims triumphantly deliver even more death threats.

And this was an eye-opener for many people, even for those who understand the Islamic threat. And I think this book will be a good way to put it all on record, that this isn't ISIS who are delivering these death threats, but average, everyday Muslims on social media, who are doctors and engineers, and young Muslims across the world, with many of them in Pakistan, who were particularly incensed about the Mohammad Cartoon Contest. One Pakistani politician even declared that he wanted to "Nuke Holland!" The book is 74 pages, square-bound, 8 1/2 x 10, and has 400 death threats that I received, at least the ones that I got screen shots of, as they came so fast, I couldn't get them all, and also, many of them got very repetitive, and so they went by the wayside. It has 60 new Mohammad cartoons by me throughout the book. I'm selling it for $15. Shipping and Handling costs $5 for a total of $20 domestic, and $22 International. As with my other books, I offer a signed version for $2 extra. Thank you for your support, and this book is very different than any of my others. And that's Mohammad on the cover, Islam's peaceful warlord.

Here's where I will be signing the book, on the opening page, first page, title page.


FOR INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: if ordering from outside of America, you Must choose the International option by clicking the down arrow at the end of the "Domestic" options below. Thank you.


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Thursday, January 31, 2019

CAPITALISM IS MORAL - SOCIALISM IS EVIL

Capitalism and Socialism is a battle of Good vs Evil. When you throw yourself out there as I do, you attract a lot of good people, but also a lot of bad people. From Muslims wanting to murder me over Mohammad cartoons, to Indians turning Muslim-like over my Churchill cartoons, going so far as hoping Muslims would murder me, to socialists and even conservatives taking exception to my support for capitalism, in particular my defense of it as Moral. If you want to understand Capitalism, read Ayn Rand's book, Capitalism: the Unknown Ideal.  

And you can get my below design on t-shirts and coffee mugs at my store at Teespring. 

Monday, January 28, 2019

PRINT: The Great Wall of Socialist Media

With all of the anti-wall rhetoric these days, I think about the walls that socialist media companies and socialist tech companies have built around their companies, keeping "undesirables" out, even if those "undesirables" are just truth-telling critics of Islam and leftism. Yes, they have the right to have whoever they want on their platforms, and to kick out whoever they want, but most of their bans are of critics of Islam and leftism, despite their claims that they're "politically neutral", which is a lie. The big Socialist Media companies are frauds. They're underhanded in their policies, and they need to face serious competition in their market. Here are my other Socialist Media prints, where I mention some of their ridiculous bans of me, one where they banned me for merely saying that "Only Hitler is Hitler." This print is 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited number of 100 prints.




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Thursday, January 24, 2019

Mohammad the "Elder"

My cartoon of lying leftist (but I repeat myself) Nathan Philips as Mohammad. Read about the old punk here. You can buy the original art for my cartoon. Drawn in India ink on 11 x 17 bristol board paper.



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Friday, January 11, 2019

PRINT of My Homage to Howard Pyle's Painting, Marooned

I just sold my original art to my original black and write drawing of it. Now I'm a making a color version of it. Here's how my homage came to be:

A friend wrote me earlier, sending me a link to Howard Pyle's painting, Marooned, which I must have seen before, as it looked familiar. And he wrote me some things that made me stop and think about what I try not to dwell too much on, namely the consequences of the kind of work I do, and not just that I have to live with savages wanting me dead, but the isolation that comes with my decision to draw Mohammad, and to continue drawing him, despite the costs, and there have been costs. I'm well aware of the choice I made, and I don't bitch about what comes my way because of it, but some days are tougher than others, and I want to thank my friend for understanding that, and also for writing that he sees the painting, Marooned, as fuel. That the man in the painting may have been abandoned, but he's not necessarily abandoning hope. Thank you, my friend. I appreciate it. And he also wrote that it might inspire me to do an homage of it. And I did. I decided to draw me, marooned, but with my sheets of paper, and some drawing tools, so all is not lost. And it makes me think about where I'd be without my art, and I think I'd be lost. 

The print is 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited print run of 100.


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Thursday, January 10, 2019

My Homage to Howard Pyle's Painting, Marooned



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A friend wrote me earlier, sending me a link to Howard Pyle's painting, Marooned, which I must have seen before, as it looked familiar. And he wrote me some things that made me stop and think about what I try not to dwell too much on, namely the consequences of the kind of work I do, and not just that I have to live with savages wanting me dead, but the isolation that comes with my decision to draw Mohammad, and to continue drawing him, despite the costs, and there have been costs. I'm well aware of the choice I made, and I don't bitch about what comes my way because of it, but some days are tougher than others, and I want to thank my friend for understanding that, and also for writing that he sees the painting, Marooned, as fuel. That the man in the painting may have been abandoned, but he's not necessarily abandoning hope. Thank you, my friend. I appreciate it. And he also wrote that it might inspire me to do an homage of it. And I did. I decided to draw me, marooned, but with my sheets of paper, and some drawing tools, so all is not lost. And it makes me think about where I'd be without my art, and I think I'd be lost. 

My original art is for sale. It's drawn in India ink on 11 x 17 bristol board paper.

Let Me Handwrite Your Favorite Quotes

I just got a request to create a favorite quote of someone's on an index card. I tried to create a parchment look on the index cards, but the water color warped the paper too much, so I used 4.5 x 6.5 cream colored index cards and drew in some radial perspective lines on the edges, and wrote the letters with pens. Here are few examples. Think of your own favorite quote and I'll draw it up for you for $50. But it has to be a relatively short quote.

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UPDATE: I'm now offering a larger handwritten quote on 8 x 10. I just got this request for my popular Multiculturalism quote. You can request this same quote, or another longer one of your own favorites. You can order the larger quote below.



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Monday, January 7, 2019

Charlie Hebdo Massacre, Ignored 4 Years Later

I've been busy drawing all day, and listening to the radio, and checking in here and there online to see if the popular outlets on the left and right have anything to say about how a dozen people were slaughtered over cartoons four years ago. And no. It's already forgotten. And so I drew a second Mohammad cartoon on this day, to commemorate those who were murdered for exercising Free Speech. I'm selling my original art for this one, as well as the Mohammad cartoon I drew earlier.

Drawn in India ink on 11 x 17 bristol board paper.





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PRINT of my South Korean Trump Book Cover

I drew a book cover for a South Korean author a few years ago, the title translates to "PC That Catapulted Trump to Presidency". And I was just asked to offer it as a print. It's 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited number of 100 prints.





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My Charlie Hebdo Cover Replica, 4 Years After the Massacre

The staff at Charlie Hebdo was massacred by Muslims four years ago today, for publishing Mohammad cartoons. Here's my replica cover, with my take on the Charlie Hebdo version of Mohammad, along with my own words on the placard he's holding, and black ink blotches to stand in for blood, to hit home the horrific loss of life for those who were murdered over cartoons, who were murdered for exercising Free Speech.

My original art is for sale. India ink on 11 x 17 bristol board paper.


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Thursday, January 3, 2019

Mohammad Bows to Tommy Robinson

I corresponded with Tommy Robinson a little while back, and he requested this drawing, to place it in some kind of gallery, for which I sent him a large, digitally colored version for it. I'm making the original art available for sale. It's drawn in India ink and pencil on 11 x 12 bristol board paper.





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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Subscribe to My YouTube Channel

Before I get banned on any more platforms, consider subscribing  to my YouTube challenge. I play to begin doing video commentary soon, and I promise that I won't open my videos by staring into my camera for too long and wasting your time. Thanks in advance. You can subscribe here.