I have been drawing cartoons for many years. The title of my cartoon panels is THE

LITE STUFF. The premise of my cartoons is that America has a predominantly

commercial culture.  My cartoons fit right into this culture.  I use the methods of

commercial advertising to look at everyday objects (stuff) and events from a humorous

(lite) perspective. The humor often comes from the interplay between word and object. 

So here goes.

Feb. 28:  In high school I sometimes worked on department store displays. This TILLEY INSTALLATION  is a deconstruction of the New Yorker icon which I entered in “The Eustace Tilley Book-Bag Contest” of 2011.  For a complete

gallery of this year’s submissions Click Here

March 1: The Xmas Tree-- my alternative Christmas tree for 2010.  A little late, but photographer Philip Dattilo


was very busy last Christmas.

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March 10: TILLEY DOODLE DANDY was one of my submissions to The New Yorker’s 2011 Eustace Tilley Book-Bag Contest. It is a doodle I made while trying to think of a remake of The New Yorker’s dandy logo.  Maybe I should have put a hat on the drawing, but I wanted to remain true to the doodle.  To see a gallery of contest submissions click here.

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March 12: Don’t forget to do your clock for daylight saving time.