Winner of the 2013 Herblock award; 2015 Society of Illustrators Silver Medal recipient; 2015 first place AAN award for cartooning; 2015 Pulitzer finalist.

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posted by Tom Tomorrow at 8:12 AM | link
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Made by this guy.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 11:13 AM | link
RIP Tony Auth

Obit by Michael Cavna. I just spent an intensive weekend with Tony last March judging the Herblock prize, so this news comes as kind of a shock. Condolences to his family.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 3:04 PM | link
New toon: Capt. Kirk vs. the internet


Also, I’m offering signed prints on this one.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 3:45 PM | link
New cartoon: the militarization of Officer Friendly


The first draft of this cartoon was actually written a month ago, inspired by this ACLU report and this New York Times article. I was saving it as a backup for some upcoming travel, but timing is everything, and as the events in Ferguson began to unfold, this went from evergreen to needing to be posted as soon as possible.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 9:15 AM | link

The anniversary of Nixon’s resignation seems like a good moment to repost this old campaign song I uploaded a few years ago. I bought this at a tag sale in the Haight Ashbury in the mid-eighties — the attic of the building (which I believe was literally at the corner of Haight and Ashbury) was clearly an old hippie crash pad that had never been cleaned out. It was a weird remnant, an unintentional time capsule from the late sixties. Old mattresses all around, a couple of old televisions, and this gem.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 1:07 PM | link
Good guys with guns

VALDOSTA — On the first day of the new Georgia Safe Carry Protection Act, a misunderstanding between two armed men in a convenience store Tuesday led to a drawn firearm and a man’s arrest…

A man carrying a holstered firearm entered the store to make a purchase. Another customer, also with a holstered firearm, approached him and demanded to see his identification and firearms license, according to the Valdosta Police Department report.

Full story.

As foretold in a certain cartoon.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 12:27 PM | link

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