in 2010 The Commercial Appeal of Memphis, the most influential newspaper in the mid-south, began featuring his, now acclaimed and controversial cartoon series, Men In Hats. This is a collection of those cartoons from 2010 to early 2014.
Plus Bonus Material: The story behind the series, the state of editorial cartooning, see how an idea turns into a published cartoon and read some of the funniest and dumbest hate mail he's received - and more!
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What People Are Saying:
"Men in Hats is something new in a profession that has grown dangerously predictable. It is one of the most creative, new concepts I've seen in editorial cartooning. Graham has a different take on political cartooning. Not the same old gags. Not the worn formats of old. I saw the difference the first day we met.
The Commercial Appeal needed to try something new in terms of political cartoons. Graham’s Men in Hats series captured my imagination and the paper began publishing Men in Hats every Saturday.
The distinctive panel immediately became a high-interest feature of the newspaper. It has its fans and detractors, but remains one of the most talked-about features on The Commercial Appeal’s editorial page.
Graham's cartoons wickedly point out the hypocrisy spewed by many politicians these days. Men In Hats make you think. It’s not about a cheap gag. It is fresh and original. We need that in our political discourse these days."
- Chris Peck, Editor, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN
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Graham Sale is a prolific artist, writer and author best known for his humorous illustrations that have appeared in advertisements, newspapers, books, magazines, and on licensed products.
His clients have included, the NY Times, NY Newsday, Funny Times, AT&T, Prudential, Allstate, Adweek, NY Magazine, Club Med, Absolut, Citibank, Forbes, Money, scholastic, various publishers, fortune 500 companies and many others.
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