|Adam Ant - by David Worth|
This encouraged David to draw more cartoons and develop his own unique style. Since then, David has drawn hundreds of cartoons of musicians, bands, movie subjects and TV personalities. He is quickly working his way through people and bands from the world of Punk, Alternative and metal. These include The Clash, Ramones, Sex Pistols, Motorhead, Henry Rollins, Beastie Boys, etc. He has also created cartoons of more mainstream musicians such as Katy Perry, Christina Aguilera, Fleetwood Mac and others. There is also a set of Hollywood Film Legends in progress.
|Ramones outside CBGBs - by David Worth|
David has shown his work at various exhibitions in the UK, including the Rebellion Punk Festival in his home town of Blackpool, which plays host to hundreds of punk bands and thousands of fans from all over the world every August. A cartoon of famous musicians born, raised or based in the local area has been displayed at the Blackpool Art Fair.
A cartoon of the Country Life Butter Advert was published in John Lydon's recent limited edtion book, “Mr. Rotten’s Scrapbook” and was the only cartoon featured in the book not drawn by John himself. It was given a full page, accompanied by John’s scribblings above and below the picture. The cartoons have also been published in Digital Arts and Front magazines and various newspapers.
More of David's cartoons can be seen on the following sites:
- Under 26th July 2010 heading
- Find in show reports
- Country Life Cartoon used on Page 180
David would like to thank John ‘Rambo’ Stevens, John Lydon and Scotty Murphy, for initially publishing the cartoons and also to Taquila Mockingbird for giving David the opportunity to exhibit them in the U.S.A.
Thanks to David for permission to use some examples of his excellent artwork, I'd like to wish him good luck with the Exhibition in Los Angeles and will certainly keep an eye out for future news and update here accordingly. In the meantime, please enjoy some more great Punk Rock Cartoons...
|The Clash on Tom Snyder's Tomorrow Show 1981|
|The Damned - Black Album era|
|Don Letts and Mick Jones of Big Audio Dynamite|
|Charlie Harper with his Punk Rock Cartoon|
|John Lydon liked his cartoon so much he used one in his special limited edition book "Mr. Rotten's Scrapbook"|
All cartoons and photographs Copyright David Worth