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Mark Cornwall

Mark Cornwall quit the Tax Office to become a full-time cartoonist in 1984. His cartoons have appeared in The Bulletin, The Australian Financial Review and The Australian. In 1994 he bacame a freelancer, and now appears in the Financial Review, English magazines The Spectator and Private Eye and webzine Crikey!.


Anna Nicole Smith's surplus
Cartoons - 15/03/2005
Reality TV!
Cartoons - 3/03/2005 - 4 comments
Liberal bleeding hearts
Cartoons - 21/02/2005 - 1 comment
Pure torture!
Cartoons - 16/02/2005
She's speaking in tongues!
Cartoons - 9/02/2005 - 1 comment
Iraqis free of one tyrant
Cartoons - 7/02/2005 - 5 comments
In words of one syllable...
Cartoons - 1/02/2005
Biff weighed down
Cartoons - 12/01/2005
Stop press! The latest tax-break could be Tsunami relief
Cartoons - 10/01/2005 - 1 comment
Tsunami lifts some boats more than others
Cartoons - 6/01/2005 - 3 comments
Howard's Christmas wish list
Cartoons - 24/12/2004
Deathly quiet in investment land
Cartoons - 22/12/2004
A black hole by any other name...
Cartoons - 17/12/2004 - 3 comments
Christmas parties for political parties
Cartoons - 15/12/2004
Christmas cheers Biff!
Cartoons - 13/12/2004
Talk about turkeys!
Cartoons - 6/12/2004
Et tu Stephen?
Cartoons - 1/12/2004
Biff's butt gets biffed
Cartoons - 29/11/2004
Party spirit: an essential constituent!
Cartoons - 24/11/2004
Bribery: A loss leader or a lost leader?
Cartoons - 19/11/2004
Stop Press: Political stunts exacerbate morning sickness
Cartoons - 17/11/2004
There once was a maiden called Dorothy Dix...
Cartoons - 11/11/2004
'This is John calling...'
Cartoons - 4/11/2004
Suggestion # 3: Be nice to big business
Cartoons - 3/11/2004
Discovery of perfectly formed Australopithecus hobbitus has scientists agog!
Cartoons - 1/11/2004
Telstrasaurus publicus
Cartoons - 29/10/2004
Memo - Mal Content to Mark: Not Happy!
Cartoons - 22/10/2004
The spoils of defeat...
Cartoons - 18/10/2004
Does Biff have a buffer against Bomber?
Cartoons - 15/10/2004
Operation 'post mortification'!
Cartoons - 12/10/2004
Family First: Could be a bumpy ride
Cartoons - 11/10/2004
The business of vote buying
Cartoons - 8/10/2004
Latham stumps up!
Cartoons - 6/10/2004
Go for gold!
Cartoons - 4/10/2004
Embracing different philosphies!
Cartoons - 29/09/2004
Wealth (or Wentworth?): A rich abundance or profusion of anything
Cartoons - 27/09/2004
Education policy: Posh schools need to reposition themselves...
Cartoons - 24/09/2004
She's back: Pauline returns to the hustings
Cartoons - 20/09/2004
The Great Debate
Cartoons - 13/09/2004
Don't let an opportunity go by?
Cartoons - 8/09/2004
Buying a key constituency
Cartoons - 7/09/2004
Howard, by a nose?
Cartoons - 3/09/2004
The ALP taxi rip-off!
Cartoons - 1/09/2004
Not Happy Alex!
Cartoons - 1/09/2004
David Hicks, this is your life
Cartoons - 26/08/2004
John Howard, Mark Latham and the truth
Cartoons - 23/08/2004
Is Tasmania the End of the World?
Cartoons - 17/08/2004
Negotiating the deal with the national interest at heart ...
Cartoons - 10/08/2004
G Dubbya: messing around
Cartoons - 2/08/2004
The hardest part about catching drug cheats ...
Cartoons - 27/07/2004
Quoted out of context ...
Cartoons - 20/07/2004
Justifiable criticism?
Cartoons - 14/07/2004
Saddam Hussein - learning defence from the best
Cartoons - 6/07/2004
Military Intelligence
Cartoons - 29/06/2004
Must be an election in the air ...
Cartoons - 22/06/2004
Vote early, vote often
Cartoons - 17/06/2004
What fate befalls a puppet of the US administration?
Cartoons - 10/06/2004
Taxing times abroad
Cartoons - 2/06/2004
John Howard is encouraged to continue for another 13 years at least ...
Cartoons - 25/05/2004
The high price of staying in the Sydney property market?
Cartoons - 18/05/2004
Gretel Killeen and leash?
Cartoons - 12/05/2004
When you go into battle under-prepared ...
Cartoons - 28/04/2004
The paradox of populist politics
Cartoons - 20/04/2004
Peter Costello's two main budget promises: core and non-core
Cartoons - 14/04/2004
Corporate social responsibility, John Howard-style
Cartoons - 6/04/2004
The NAB: in trouble, in absentia ...
Cartoons - 31/03/2004
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