Wednesday, April 18, 2018

My Mohammad Cartoons Vol. 1

Suarebound, 92 pages, with 130 of my Mohammad cartoons, in color and black and white.

Volume One of My Mohammad Cartoons will contain 130 of my Mohammad cartoons, in color and black and white, as well as new, exclusive Mohammad cartoons for this collection, and a new essay by me on Why I Draw Mohammad. It also includes my most popular article, My Name is Bosch and I'm a Recovered Muslim, and my article on Mohammad, A World Where The Bad Guy Won. There’s no book like it out there today, so you can own something very unique. I'm charging $20 for it, and $5 for shipping and handling. (See International options below for prices) Thanks for your support, and order My Mohammad Cartoons Vol. 1 below. 

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Tuesday, April 3, 2018

The Sign of the Dollar

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I was thinking of The Sign of the Dollar on the cigarettes in Atlas Shrugged, and I came up with this visual. My original art is for sale. Drawn in India ink on bristol board paper. 



Monday, April 2, 2018

Teenager Mohammad Hogg Calling for Sword Control

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With the media going Hogg wild over teenagers calling for gun control, here's my latest Mohammad cartoon. You can own the original art to my cartoon. Drawn in India ink on 11 x 14 bristol board paper. 


Sunday, April 1, 2018

Howard Roark

It's the 75th Anniversary of Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead. Here's my drawing of Howard Roark. My original art is for sale.



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Mohammad Peacefully Spread Islam by the (S)word

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My latest "peaceful" Mohammad cartoon is for sale. Drawn in India ink on 11 x 14 bristol board paper.





Dagny and James, Good and Evil

Here are my interpretations of two of Ayn Rand's characters from Atlas Shrugged. The heroine Dagny Taggart, and her brother, villain James Taggart. The background of the black and white is from Steve Ditko's Mr. A, of his black and white card, which stands for good and evil. My original art is for sale. Drawn in India ink on 11 x 17 bristol board paper.



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