We create custom cartoons on commission,
tailored to your topic and
use.

 

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From pencil concept to finished art

 

Process:

1. Send details of your intended use. We send you an estimate. Agree and continue.

2. Send any relevant details of your topic, aims, messages, any useful reference material.

3. We don the thinking cap, then send you a choice of pencil concepts.

Select the ideas you like. Suggest any alterations.

4. Cartoonist draws and colours the finished art.

5. We send you the cartoons as jpeg files.

6. You drop the cartoons into your powerpoint, website, blog, poster, book, app... whatever.

7. Bask in the warm glow of appreciative clients and audiences.

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Collaborate with the cartoonist

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Case study: Phishing Species Poster.

 

The brief was to create public awareness in the dangers of internet scams. You can view detailed images of each phish species here. After talking with the Netsafe team and further research, the cartoonist developed these characters, their names and the captions. Each one is related to a separate species of internet scam.

 

Phish Poster

Tags: security, scams, poster, training

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Cartoons quietly smuggle some serious points.

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Trojan Horse

Tags: training, security

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Cartoons are quite popular.

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Generally held to he most read part of a newspaper, the cartoon combines unique visual humour and words in a highly memorable package.

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Case study: CCTV Guide

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A cover designed for the Principal Policy Analyst at Auckland City Council. The brief: encompass a multitude of issues involved with formulating draft guidelines for use of camera surveillance within Auckland City.

 

See CCTV page for more like this.

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Case study: Jetski safety

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A series of cartoons commissioned by the Harbour Master, Bay of Plenty Regional Council. The brief was to encourage jetski safety among young males with a series of cartoon posters. More examples here and here.

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Cartoons work, say scientists.

 

According to research, cartoons can positively enhance constructive learning, cooperative learning and collaborative learning amongst peers.

Cartoons can be also used to create 'interest and developing critical thinking and reflective teaching skills in economics education'.

The Use of Cartoons as a Teaching Tool to Enhance Student Learning'

Micheal M. van Wyk - Department of Curriculum Studies, Faculty of Education, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa. J Soc Sci, 26(2): 117-130 (2011) PDF

Humour also improves attention, selection and strength of recall in education.

'Recall of innocent and tendentious humorous material'.

Derks / Gardener / Ronit Agarwal, Humor - International Journal of Humor Research. Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 5Ð20, ISSN (Online) 1613-3722, ISSN (Print) 0933-1719, DOI: 10.1515/humr.1998.11.1.5, July 2009 Webpage

Comic books can be used to communicate, discuss, and critique issues in business ethics and social issues in management.

'X-Men Ethics: Using Comic Books to Teach Business Ethics' Virginia W. Gerde, R. Spencer Foster - Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Ethics,Volume 77, Issue 3 , pp 245-258. Link

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