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.

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Jan. 18: TOM WOLFE: DANDY WITH NOEUD PAPILLON was my first entry to The New Yorker’s 2013 Eustace Tilley Contest to update the magazine’s iconic dandy.  For the winners click on CHOOSE YOUR EUSTAC

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Jan. 21: LINCOLN METAMORPHOSIS was one of my entries to The New Yorker’s 2013 Eustace Tilley Contest. The idea was to update their iconic dandy, and the prevalence of Lincoln (film and car) seemed appropriate. For contest winners click on


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