Artwork by Michael Fredman
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Cartoons by Michael Fredman
I publish cartoons to my blog isthissomekindofjoke.wordpress.com
This is a linocut print, using ink and carving tools. It depicts a mature female Elephant on the African savannah.
This is a print made using aquatint. The process involves drawing on metal, etching texture onto the metal with wood dust, acid and wax, and using fire to temper and tame it at various points. All very laborious and exciting.
The image is of a nude female and her Tiger. Persephone, perhaps. In a pomegranate grove.
This is a cartoon I drew in a mangrove swamp in Sri Lanka, which is where I was when I heard the shocking news of the terrorist murders of innocent cartoonists, office workers and jewish shop workers.
I drew it in my notebook, then took a photo, edited it a little with SketchBook and when I was close to a wifi signal uploaded it to Instagram and my cartoon blog.
It was used by the Washington Post online.
Cartoons are not provocation for murder. God, if she exists, cannot be as pathetically insecure as those who believe they are.
50 years banner design
Smokefree pubs cartoon
This is a cartoon for the charity ASH, created to support the successful campaign for Smokefree public places.
A Logo image for Mouthfuls, international food and restaurant forum (note the image is mine, the text appended to the image is not)