This cartoon is available on t-shirts, mugs, cushions and other gifts from the Sterry Cartoons Shop. Silly Methods of Musical Transport: Boat Bass Paddling to a gig in a fibreglass double bass. Apparently someone used to make fibreglass double basses in Salcombe, and they were perfectly fine if you used the body of the bass as a boat. Walking/Weightlifting Walking back from a gig with a very, … Continue reading How do musicians get to orchestra?
I bought my bassist boyfriend an evolution of music t-shirt for his birthday and have since had a few people ask if they exist for their instrument. Here’s a big list of Evolution of Music Shirts (and Amazon Links) for all of the different instruments I could find! BONUS SHIRT – Rock Darth Vader I hope you found the instrument you were looking for! Continue reading Evolution of Music Shirts for every Instrument!
Beauty is in the eye of the bee-holder… pic.twitter.com/BLVIERfI1j — Sterry Cartoons (@SterryCartoons) September 29, 2013 This has always seemed like a silly phrase. I should probably add that I don’t advise holding bees (unless you’re a trained beekeeper). If you want to make me really happy, follow Sterry Cartoons on Facebook or Twitter and share the cartoons with anyone who might get … Continue reading Beauty is in the eye of the bee-holder
Sterry Cartoons began with a simple interest in illustration and comedy. The comic has received a great deal of interest online, partially due to the viral success of “Musical Compliments” (a cartoon featuring a joke about naturals and sharps), which has been shared by over 20,000 people worldwide. Inspire us to create more amusing cartoons and help share the smiles (and groans) by supporting us with … Continue reading Sterry Cartoons
Another cartoon that I’ve been wanting to release for a while! Available on t-shirts over here: Don’t Eat The Kiwis T-Shirts Continue reading Don’t Eat The Kiwis!
Sharks may have become my favourite thing to draw. They have such a bad reputation, but all they really want to do is eat fish and turtles and get on in life. My remedy to this is to draw them doing silly things because – as we learnt from Defense Against the Dark Arts in Harry Potter – if you turn something that scares you (Boggart or … Continue reading Sharks love to sing
The Snail Clef – A new cartoon by Hannah Sterry. Mugs and cards available here: Zazzle UK, Zazzle US. Silly misunderstanding of the week: “Yesterday I was asked to watch the chickens, so I wandered outside. Apparently the one I was meant to watch was already in the oven.” We have a few broody hens and an escape artist cockerel, so it didn’t seem like … Continue reading Music Cartoon: The Snail Clef
Earlier today, I found out that one of my cartoons has been shared on facebook over 1000 times, and I’m amused at the thought of that many people seeing it and laughing/groaning simultaneously (I am easily amused), so I’ve decided to make some more. Today I give you… an animated french music cartoon gif: Sterry Cartoons has a facebook page now too (as well as nice new … Continue reading Music Cartoon: Aimez-vous l’accent?
I have no idea what I was thinking when I drew this, but I’m blaming English for being a crazy language full of homophones. Not suitable for vegans. Marshmellow Marshmalicious Available from the Sterry Cartoons Shop. Continue reading Marshmellow Marshmalicious
This was in the last post about the Sterry Cartoons competition, but I thought it deserved its own blog post! Now for my version of silly advertising speak: Do you have thumbs? Do you want to see more cartoons? Do you like making random strangers smile occasionally? Then ‘Like’ Sterry Cartoons on Facebook and have a giggle! 🙂 Silly advertising over! Have fun and laugh lots! x Continue reading The EyePhone