I am a cartoon illustrator, living and working in Cape Town, South Africa.
I draw and illustrate cartoons for all types of media, from comic strips, corporate and commercial cartoons to children's books.
I am also the co-creator of the comic strips Treknet, Koos, Mama Taxi, Ripples and Brak, which have been published in various newspapers and magazines throughout South Africa, Namibia and the USA.
You can follow me on Facebook at Gavin Thomson Cartoons and Illustrations (or click on the picture below right) or on Instagram at Gavin Thomson Cartoonist for more regular updates.
If there is anything you would like to buy, almost everything is for sale, just contact me via my email to discuss and confirm availability.
Thank you for your support. Gavin
29 Dec 2018
7 Jun 2018
Limited edition (20) Giclée Circle of Surfer prints, 2050 Zar.
Email me at email@example.com or you can contact me via Facebook in link on the right or on Instagram gavin_thomson_cartoonist
Artwork 30.5cm (12 inches) on 60/42 cm (23/16.5 inches) 210 gsm HP Matte paper.
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17 Apr 2018
The original Treknet and Mama Taxi cartoon strips are all available to buy. To frame and hang on your office wall, or perfect for a bit of Mindfulness colouring. Drawn traditionally using black and white water and fade proof, pigment ink pens on 120-160g card. Start your collection today!
27 Mar 2018
Finished my Roy Lichtenstein, Sunrise (1965) homage. Titled Woooosh or Sunrise surfer, acrylic board canvas, 64 by 72cm, framed. Part of my Surf Art Exhibition to take place somewhere later this year. #roylichtenstein #sunrise #popart #surfart #wave
11 Feb 2018
4 Feb 2018
What'sup? Inspired by actual events....well, sort of.
Driving by St James beach one morning, I saw one solitary SUP boarder out on a flat overcast ocean and for a minute, it actually looked like he was out sweep the ocean.
Signed digital print