- March 23, 2022
- March 11, 2018
- February 28, 2018
- February 12, 2018
"Brendon has been doing illustrations and posters for my books and my work in schools for over 10 years now. His posters, charts and illustrations have really appealed to the children (and teachers) I work with. They love the bright colours and variety of interesting characters that he has created. The posters are eye catching and very clearly portray the information to be shared."
“Brendon is fabulously creative and easy to work with, his illustrations brought the characters of my children's storybook to life. My youngest (now three) asks for Ovkors the horse every night.”
“THANK YOU so much for all your work on the latest ARP poster. We love it!! I think I even love it more than the first one which I didn’t think was possible.We’re doing a massive print run of posters for schools, and it will also appear in the Future Christchurch Update for November. ....has been a pleasure working with you.”Jane Mahoney Senior Advisor MarketingCanterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA)
“Love your work and thanks for just being an out of sightly amazing artist!”Chris MeneDirector, Mene Solutions Ltd | Director, Canterbury District Health Board | Chairperson, CDHB Disability Support Advisory Committee | Chairperson, Core Education Ltd | Trustee, Sport Canterbury | Trustee, Wayne Francis Charitable Trust | Board Member, Inspiring Communities | Chief Fat Boy, Fat Boys Club
“Brendon has worked on a number of complex and demanding jobs for me. I use him because he delivers excellent work, on time and to the brief. I have no hesitation in recommending Brendon.”Roger Dennisconsultant: innovation | foresight | transformationwww.rogerdennis.com
- comics, Fan Art
- cartoon, Illustration, Posters, presentations, Training resources
- Animation, cartoon
- cartoon, Illustration, presentations, Training resources
- Illustration, Storyboard
- cartoon, infographic, presentations, Training resources
The Cartoonist, 73 Bickerton St, Christchurch. +64 (0)3 381 2857
Once upon a time the merry folk of England’s green and pleasant land were familiar with a beast known as “the moment.”
In fact there was such a supply of moments that they found all manner of purposes with which to employ this abundant living resource.
Throughout the 20th Century this unprotected supbspecies became increasingly decreased and now, bordering on 2018, the entire family Time and all its offspring, the minutes, the hours and even the unappreciated nanoseconds are nowhere to be found.
These unfortunates were lost in chasing the great excess we call “economy.”
It started by consuming childhood with universal education and then it carried on into overtime, then working weekends and right through the nights. (in case a tourist needs to buy toothpaste, you understand.)
It was hoped the last minute in captivity would produce offspring, but you must have at least TWO minutes to create more.
Because it requires spare time to go out into the wild, not a second has been seen in the world’s forests for years, and the final captive minute passed on unnoticed (about sixty seconds ago).
This is all very sad, but I’ll let you in on a little secret…
I’ve got quite a few minutes hidden up my sleeve and I’m happy to share ’em… if you’ve got time!