Andrew Weldon’s cartoons have been published widely in books, magazines and newspapers locally and internationally. His cartoons appear regularly in The Sunday Age, The Big Issue, The Chaser website and books, and have also appeared in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, The Bulletin, The Spectator, Private Eye and The New Yorker. He has published two collections of gag cartoons, I’m So Sorry Little Man, I Thought You Were a Hand-Puppet, and If You Weren’t a Hedgehog... If I Weren’t a Haemophiliac... (Allen & Unwin). He has also published two children’s books, The Kid with the Amazing Head and Clever Trevor’s Stupendous Inventions (Penguin). He has illustrated several other books including The Reading Bug by Paul Jennings (Penguin), and Big Bangs, Written in Blood and Crime Doesn’t Pay by Beverley MacDonald (Allen & Unwin).
He lives in Melbourne and he smells funny.
Andrew Weldon will be appearing:
The power and relevance of the political cartoon