Peter Broelman is a nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist based in Adelaide. He has won three Stanley awards for his editorial cartoons and in 2005 and 2009 was awarded the prestigious Gold Stanley award for Cartoonist of the Year.
Jo Brooker’s creative talent and illustrative skills have established her as one of the world’s most exciting and original media artists. Under the name ‘Applegate’, Brooker created editorial illustrations for News Limited newspapers for 10 years.
Mark David is a Queensland-based cartoonist who has previously worked for The Sydney Morning Herald and the Australian Financial Review, The Australian, The Bulletin and several other publications around the world.
Christopher Downes lives in Hobart where he has been drawing cartoons for the Mercury since 2010. He never expected that one day he would be a political cartoonist, but he is and is stupidly happy about it.
Danny Eastwood is a member of the Ngemba Tribe of western New South Wales. His mother was a member of the Stolen Generations. Danny was born in Sydney and lived in the Eora tribal area until he was 13.
Rocco Fazzari’s cartooning and illustrative work appeared in Fairfax publications for 30 years. He is now an independent multimedia artist and produces a regular blog for Pluto Media. He is also a passionate painter.
Matt Golding is a freelance cartoonist based in Melbourne and draws for the Sunday Age. He has won a Walkley award and seven Stanley awards. His first book, Three-Second Thoughts, was published in 2009.
Rolf Heimann was born in Germany. After migrating to Australia, he worked as a fruit picker, in factories and on the railways. He took part in anti-nuclear protests and sailed the Pacific for two years before penning his first cartoon in 1975.
Judy Horacek is a freelance cartoonist and picture book creator. Her cartoons have been published widely in newspapers and magazines, including the Australian, the Canberra Times and Sydney Morning Herald. They currently appear regularly in the Age.
Fiona Katauskas is a freelance cartoonist based in Sydney. Her political work has been published in a wide range of newspapers and magazines and currently appears regularly in New Matilda and Eureka Street.
Jon Kudelka is a freelance cartoonist based in Hobart. His work appears in the Australian, the Hobart Mercury and on his website. In 2008, Kudelka won a Walkley award for best cartoon and a Stanley award for best political cartoonist.
Johannes Leak is an illustrator based just north of Sydney. After formal art training at the Julian Ashton Art School (1999–2005), he explored figurative painting for some years before switching to both natural media and digital illustration.
Michael Leunig is an Australian cartoonist, writer, painter, philosopher and poet. His commentary on political, cultural and emotional life spans more than forty years and has often explored the idea of an innocent and sacred personal world.
Peter Lewis was born in Mungindi in 1953 on the Queensland side of the border and now resides in Newcastle. After graduating in Fine Arts he was a pizza cook, labourer, taxi driver, commercial artist, ballet dancer and then editorial cartoonist at the Newcastle Herald from 1986.
Eric Löbbecke is an award-winning illustrator and cartoonist for books, newspapers, magazines and advertising. Since 1988, he has worked for News Limited on the Australian, the Sunday Telegraph and the Daily Telegraph.
Reg Lynch is a cartoonist, illustrator, designer and occasional curator. His work has been published in the Sydney Morning Herald, the Bulletin and the Age, and a collection of his work, Bulk Reg, was published in 2000.
Peter MacMullin is an editorial cartoonist for Adelaide’s Sunday Mail. He previously worked as a designer, illustrator and cartoonist for the Australian between 1990 and 1999 and for the Advertiser between 1999 and 2010.
Matthew Martin is a cartoonist for the New Yorker and The Sydney Morning Herald. He has been a cartoonist for The Times (London) and during his 11 years living in New York his drawings were published in most major American newspapers and magazines.
Alan Moir is an editorial cartoonist for the Sydney Morning Herald. He has also worked for the Bulletin and the Courier-Mail. He has won three Stanley awards, two Walkley awards and the prestigious Gold Stanley award.
Peter Nicholson has worked for Nation Review, the Australian Financial Review, The Age (for 18 years) and The Australian (until 2016). He also produced weekly animated political cartoons for The Australian Online.
Vince O’Farrell was an editorial cartoonist for the Illawarra Mercury from 1986 until 2013. He won the Rotary cartoons award six times, and was nominated for the Australian Cartoonists’ Association cartoonist of the year in 2003.
Ward O’Neill has been working as an illustrator and cartoonist since 1972 for The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The National Times, and The Bulletin. He is also the illustrator and cartoonist for the Australian Finan
Jim Pavlidis has been at The Age as a press artist, designer and illustrator/cartoonist in two stints since 1987. His gap years of 1995–98 were spent at The Independent and the Daily Mail newspapers in London, and at the Paris Free Voice.
Bruce Petty is one of Australia’s most celebrated cartoonists and also produced animation, sculpture and etchings. He has worked for a number of Australian newspapers including the Daily Mirror and The Australian and currently works for the Melbourne Age.
David Pope worked as a freelance cartoonist and illustrator for many years, including at The Sun-Herald in Sydney before joining The Canberra Times as a staff artist in 2008 after local cartooning legend Geoff Pryor retired.
Geoff Pryor recently emerged from retirement to draw a weekly cartoon for the new Saturday Paper. Before that, he had been the political cartoonist for the Canberra Times for thirty years where he was succeeded by David Pope.
Ron Tandberg was first published in the Melbourne Age in 1972 and is famous for his pocket cartoons. He is the winner of nine Walkley awards for best cartoon and two prestigious Gold Walkley awards.
Chris ‘Roy’ Taylor has been a professional cartoonist and illustrator for over 25 years and his work appears daily in the Herald Sun. Roy not only creates daily cartoons (which can range from federal politics to the Kardashians), but he also creates illustrations.
John Tiedemann is an illustrator and cartoonist, currently working for News Limited illustrating the OpEd page for The Daily Telegraph. He has previously worked for Fairfax Media, The Canberra Times, and The Bulletin.
Jos Valdman became an ‘overnight’ success after a career in newspapers spanning two decades. Fascinated by politicians and other zoo animals, he has been the Adelaide Advertiser’s cartoonist since 2008.
Andrew Weldon is a freelance cartoonist whose work appears regularly in the Melbourne Age, the Sunday Age, and the Big Issue. His work has also appeared in publications including the New Yorker, the Spectator and Private Eye.