Specializing in offering customers whimsical renderings of U.S. Presidents, Canadian Prime Ministers, and British monarchs, Graeme has sold many of these images through Redbubble to people all around the world.

For several years Graeme MacKay has provided Redbubble license to use a variety of his images on a wide range of clothing items and accessories ranging from throw pillows to tote-bags, electronic device covers, clocks, and coffee cups. The quality of each item purchased through Redbubble is top notch. 100% of the image content found under the mackaycartoons account was produced by Graeme MacKay.

Shipping can be on the pricey side since Redbubble relies on the big international courier companies to get their products out quick and reliably. As it goes with online merchants the more customers purchase the more value one gets from shipping costs. Redbubble will discount orders when buying in bulk ie: buy 6 postcards/greeting cards and get 20% off; buy 16 greeting cards and get 30% off; buy 6 or more stickers and get 50% off.

Graeme MacKay is the full-time editorial cartoonist at The Hamilton Spectator, in the city of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He has held this position for more than 20 years, since 1997. Besides creating five editorial cartoons per week for the Spectator, Graeme’s work is nationally syndicated and appears across the Internet and in newspapers, big and small, throughout Canada, and occasionally in the United States.

In 2017 Graeme published his first book, entitled “You Might Be From Hamilton If…”, naturally it is a must read for anyone connected with this great Canadian city on the western shores of Lake Ontario. Copies are available at Amazon.com

Graeme has lived in Hamilton, Ottawa, Toronto and London UK. He now resides in Hamilton, with his wife Wendi, and their daughters, Gillian and Jacqueline.

Graeme keeps a very nice website of his daily cartoons at http://www.mackaycartoons.net. There are thousands to be found there. If you’d like any of them uploaded for cards, posters or t-shirts, please do not hesitate to ask him to make certain editorial cartoons available for purchase.

  • Joined: September 2013


Caricatures of power

Political power is something I’ve always held a great interest in observing. Whether it’s hereditary, oligarchy, or democracy, to view how the cream rises to the top is a very fascinating thing indeed. / I grew up in Canada, and when I was young and well aware that we had a Prime Minister and a Queen representing the highest offices in the nation, it was what I saw south of the border…
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