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Theresa McCracken

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Drug Cartoon 6527
Drug Cartoon 6527: A crab looking at smiling clams at the bottom of the ocean saying, "Hmphh. Happy as clams, indeed! They're just all on Prozac."

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Drug Cartoon 5358
Drug Cartoon 5358: A witch reading The New England Journal of Medicine saying, "Oh great. Now the FDA is regulating safety coated caplets of eyes of newt."

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Drug Cartoon 6512
Drug Cartoon 6512: A man sucked into his computer drive. “Ted failed to follow the advice on his medication that he not operate heavy machinery while on it. Now he's planning to sue the drug company.”

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Drug Cartoon 5143
Drug Cartoon 5143: A kid struggling to open the door at "McWit's Childproof Drugs."

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Pharmacy Cartoon 8602
Pharmacy Cartoon 8602: At the "Impatient Pharmacy" a pharmacist t throws bottles out randomly as people shout, "I need my drugs now!" "Where are my drugs?”

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Alergy Cartoon 8870

Allergy Cartoon 8870: Antihistamine: The other side of the pro histamine debate.

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Pharmacutical Cartoon 1406

Pharmaceutical Cartoon 1406: A blind lizard with a seeing eye dog says to another, "I can't wait for a generic version of eyes of newts to come out."

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If you wouldn't steal a newspaper from a blind vendor just because you could get away with it, please don't use a cartoon without permission just because you think you can get away with it. If you would steal a newspaper from a blind vendor, well, I hope you die laughing before you have a chance to steal my work.
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Cartoons From a Slightly Warped Mind
is now available as a Kindle Book for $2.99 and as an autographed paperback for $7.50.

Cartoons from a Warped Mind

It is a collection of 100 of my most popular cartoons, including Lemming Suicide Hotline, Dorothy selling the Tin Man to a recycling center, and Druids changing to Daylight Saving Time.

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Magazines I've drawn for? The New Yorker, of course ... although they've yet to have the good sense to buy any of my work. Hundreds of others have, from the Saturday Evening Post to The Oregonian to large publishing houses to small trade journals. Let me draw a few cartoons for you. No matter what, I hope you get a few laughs as you go through my site.


Use Cartoons in Presentations.
Public Speakers, even when speaking on serious topics, break the ice with a joke. Cartoons do the same thing--and you can't "tell a cartoon wrong.

Use Cartoons in Textbooks, Advertisements, Brochures, Web Sites & Blogs.
Cartoons & humorous illustrations grab people's attention and therefore increase your chances to convey your message.


Use Cartoons on T-shirts.
Events can't be called true events unless they have official T-shirts, and t-shirts with personalized cartoons on them are the T-shirts preferred by 9 out of 10 people stranded on a desert island.


Personalized Cartoons
An illustration of anyone can be Photoshopped into any cartoon on the mchumor.com web site. This is a great CHEAP gift.

The perfect "gift from the gang" at retirement or going away parties is an original cartoon of the guest of honor.

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Watercolor Paintings
In addition to cartooning I paint watercolors and draw scientific illustrations. My series titled UnNatural History is a combination of all three. Someday they will be part of a book that's a whimsical look at my life as a naturalist.

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Probably more than you want to know about the cartoonist
T- (Theresa) McCracken
890 North Bayview Loop
Waldport, Oregon 97394
(541) 563-3112

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