One of my favorite Ayn Rand quotes, and it's now available on a print. It's 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Sunday, June 13, 2021
Friday, May 14, 2021
I just got a request to make this ten year old cartoon of mine available as a print. I posted it on Facebook and it got over 500 likes and many shares and comments. And as I just posted: This moment is a litmus test. Do you stand with Israel or do you stand with the enemies of civilization?
It’s 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Monday, May 3, 2021
Today is 6 years to the day that I won the Mohammad cartoon contest, the event of which ended up being attacked by jihadists who got their heads blown off by a hero cop, in Garland, Texas. I just drew this cartoon to commemorate the date, a variation on my winning Mohammad cartoon. My original art for it is available for sale. It's drawn in pencil and India ink on 11 x 17 bristol board paper.
Sunday, April 18, 2021
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Sunday, April 4, 2021
I drew this great moment with Howard Roark from The Fountainhead in 2018 for the 75th anniversary of Ayn Rand's masterpiece, and it's now available as a print. 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Monday, March 29, 2021
By request, I took my Second Amendment Print and removed the words, which makes it a great complimentary print to my other print, Vigilant Cowboy and Son. 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
This is indeed the third Obama term. By request, I just made this cartoon of mine available as a print (and t-shirt). 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
UPDATE: Down to 6
I just got a request to make this tall version of my winning Mohammad cartoon, and it's limited to only 10 prints. 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 10 prints.
Monday, March 1, 2021
By request, I just made my cartoon of Andrew Breitbart available as a print. I had the pleasure of talking to Andrew a number of times, and his first response to my introductory email was "I LOVE PIGMAN!" Made my day. We need more people like him, as he was a fighter through and through. I drew this within a half hour after I heard the news that he died, on March 1, nine years ago today. It's 11 x 17, signed and numbered by for a limited run of 100 prints.
Thursday, February 25, 2021
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
By request, my Rush Limbaugh cartoon is now available as a print. 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me, for a limited number of 100 prints.
And in response to rat bastard leftists who celebrated his death today, I posted this on Facebook: Rush Limbaugh was morally superior to every last leftist smearing him, combined.
Sunday, January 10, 2021
I drew this cartoon in 2009 after reading this LA Times article about how politicians share personality traits with serial killers. I was looking through my old social media posts for an upcoming collection that I've been asked to do over the years, and I always liked this cartoon, the way it came out, and that it's timeless, and it's now available as a print. It's signed an numbered by me for a limited number of 100 prints.
Tuesday, December 29, 2020
Wednesday, December 9, 2020
This is a cartoon that I came up with to accompany David Horowitz's great article at Front Page Magazine, Fighting Words, which Rush Limbaugh liked so much that he read from it on the air to his millions of listeners. I really like how my cartoon came out, and it's now available as a print. 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Thursday, December 3, 2020
By request, I just made my Walter Williams cartoon, that I just drew after his passing, available as a print. It's his take on the historical rarity, and therefore preciousness, of Liberty. It's 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
I tweeted the words in this cartoon a few years ago when I still had my Twitter account, and it got such a good response that I turned it into a cartoon, sparking the creation of my superhero, Truthman. I can see doing more single panel cartoons with him in the future. On the nose? You bet he is, in this age of endless Pinocchios. My print is 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Friday, November 6, 2020
S O L D
Sean Connery just died at age 90, and I started to draw this as soon as I found out. He was a great James Bond, and he was excellent in The Untouchables and Highlander and Indiana Jones. If anyone would like to purchase the original art for it, it's drawn in India ink on 11 x 17 bristol board paper. The original art has no text on it, and I can add it if whoever purchases it wants. And I really like this one, so I'm selling it for $350, a hundred dollars more than my usual original art. Not including shipping and handling costs.
Wednesday, August 19, 2020
After years of asking people to "donate" the funds for individual commissions, I've decided to set up a post and shopping cart specifically for commissions. That way, I can use the transaction to ship the original art for the commission, if the customer prefers more than just the digital, colored art, as their shipping information will be in the transaction, unlike with donations. You can email me (find my email under my Blogger profile picture here) and let me know what you have in mind. And from there, after you pay the amount for the commission, I will send you a rough of your idea, and go from there, until completion.
Thursday, August 13, 2020
This is a cartoon I did for a commission for a friend, who gave me the green-light to turn it into a print. It's about the bill of rights, its two most important rights, and their enemies. 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Wednesday, August 12, 2020
I just got an email from Teespring telling me that they removed my t-shirt design of a leftist punching a fascist, (a leftist punching himself) because they claimed that I was using "third party content", but when I challenged their removal, they responded that they really removed it due to their claim that it featured "content related to violence". After years of moving from t-shirt store to t-shirt store, Teespring has been the best one I've had, where I've sold more products, and made more of a percentage, than any others I've had in the past. And a friend just informed me that they removed Antifa products from there store, due to their real life violence, which is a good stance for them to take, but it appears that my anti-antifa, anti-fascist and anti-violence design, where an anti-member is only directing violence towards himself, and not others, got caught up in their purge of antifa. This is one of my most popular cartoons, and it's now available as a print. It's 11 x 14, signed and numbered by me for a limited number of 100 prints.