Thinking cap cartoon – a hat in the form of a brain

thinking cap cartoon

Thinking cap cartoon – a hat in the shape of a brain to signify cognition or thought processes
A cartoon about neurology

A cartoon based on the expression “Put on my thinking cap.
A thinking cap resembling a brain.

The cartoon is about thought processes, thinking, the nature of consciousness, studying, problem solving

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Comic illustration – head shaped like a padlock – unlock your creativity

Cartoon - padlock as head - unlock your creativity

Cartoon of a person with a head in the form of a padlock
An illustration about imagination and creativity

The person is saying “Unlock your imagination!”
A cartoon for use in art education, classes or presentations on creativity or lateral thinking

The illustration is about freeing the creative processes within the mind or liberating the imagination.
The cartoon has uses as an illustration in art education or in areas of philosophy or psychology

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Illustration: unlock your imagination: unlock your mind

Padlock as head - unlocking it releases the imagination

Cartoon featuring a padlock as the head of a person (or imaginary creature)
An illustration about freeing the creative mind

The person/imaginary creature is holding the key to unlocking the imagination.

The illustration is about freeing the imagination or liberating the mind to unlock creativity

The cartoon has uses as an illustration in art education or in areas of philosophy or psychology.

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Personal surveillance drones cartoon

surveillance drones

Personal surveillance drone cartoon
The use of snooper drones for private detective work or monitoring of behaviour
Another possibility is ‘stalker drones’

A cartoon about one of the implications of drone technology in the future – as personal spy drones or as civilian surveillance drones

The drone in this cartoon is being used by a husband to spy on his wife
Drone technology has implications for civil liberties
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Personal stalking drones cartoon

personal drone used for stalking - cartoon

A personal spy drone being used by a stalker
A cartoon about the implications of drone technology

A cartoon about the misuse of drone technology in the future, when drones become available to the public as personal drones

The drone in the cartoon is worryingly being used by a stalker to stalk a woman

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phone users ignoring their surroundings – cartoon

phone users ignoring spring - cartoon

People’s obsession with phones and digital devices – cartoon
People using mobile devices, oblivious to what’s around them

A cartoon showing people using portable electronic devices, totally ignoring the world around them

The cartoon is titled Spring
The cartoon shows a blossom tree in full bloom in spring, with people staring at their phones instead of at the blossom on the tree.
The cartoon was first published in Private Eye magazine
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The medicalisation of personality traits – cartoon

medicalisation of personality cartoon

A cartoon about the nature v nurture theories of human personality, the possible neurological origins of behavioural traits, and the medicalisation of deviant behaviour

A cartoon about the tendency to propose medical reasons for abnormal or deviant personality traits.
It illustrates one facet of the nature v nurture debate

A cartoon about the medicalisation of behaviour and personality, ranging from psychopathic tendencies to conditions such as ADHD (attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder), OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), rebelliousness or non-conformity.
In the cartoon I’ve depicted a fictitious medical condition being used by a parent to excuse her child’s antisocial behaviour
The cartoon reflects the tendency to claim, for instance, that criminal behaviour is determined by dna – thus removing responsibility from the person

The cartoon was first published in Prospect magazine in May 2013

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