The gentle art of making enemies

Portrait of Sir Alec Issigonis, the designer of the Mini, drawn from life at Longbridge specially for the Daily Mirror. The subject was said to be 'not best pleased' with the result.


Kenneth Tynan, the then new Director of the National Theatre, seen by the artist as one-man pantomime horse

Cartoon drawn for Motor magazine to accompany an article on Hesketh Racing, and James Hunt's
move to McLaren Marlboro. Picured from left to right in front of his Lordship's stately pile, Easton Neston, are Bubbles
Horsely, team manager, Nigel Stroud, brought in to replace Harvey Postlethwiaite, chief engineer, who left to join Wolf-Williams,
accompanied by Michael Feld, PR agent, James Hunt with a bit of arm candy, and the Hesketh Superbear, drawn by Don Grant
after the team were sued by Dick Bruna for ripping off his bear and putting a crash helmet on it


Cartoon for Television Weekly magazine depicting the split up of TV-am's Famous Five presenters - Michael Parkinson, Anna Ford, David Frost,
Angela Rippon and Robert Kee - with Peter Jay, having already been axed as chairman by Jonathan Aitkin, over whom Anna Ford famously
threw a glass of wine at a reception.

The Grand Prix Circus. Cartoon in Car and Driver magazine (US) to illustrate article by Charles Fox.


Stirling Moss and Norman Dewis re-living their 1952 Mille Miglia in the works C-type Jaguar.


Illustration for DVD cover of a film about the 2009 Mille Miglia made by Eagle Rock Entertainment.