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Deaf Comic: Tattooed Back

Posted in cartoon, Deaf by Robs on August 10, 2008

One of Deaf artist Matt Daigle’s cartoons is amazing. It is about someone not knowing you are deaf and talking behind you at a gym locker room. The best solution is that a tattooed message on your back. The cartoon is very funny! See below…

For further information, please visit Matt Daigle’s blog: That Deaf Cartoonist. Matt’s cartoons are deaf-related humor and generic humor.

T-Shirt Design: “The Greatest Irony” Cartoon

Posted in cartoon by Robs on August 3, 2007

Deaf Artist Maureen Klusza has created a new T-shirt design which can now be purchased online (also on coffee mugs, etc): http://www.cafepress.com/moeart

Now T-shirts with “The Greatest Irony” cartoon are available. Also, previous designs/cartoons are available.

New Political Cartoon by Tony McGregor

Posted in art, cartoon, Gallaudet by Robs on October 21, 2006

If Francisco de Goya (1746–1828) was alive, this is how he would view the Gallaudet situation: Unity for Gallaudet.

This is an imitation of Goya’s work. Tony L. McGregor did a similar drawing in reaction to French occupation of Spain in the early 19th century. Goya himself is deaf as well.

The Shooting of May Third 1808

Unity for Gallaudet…

Posted in cartoon, Gallaudet by Robs on October 12, 2006

1988, No one can take that away from us.

Credit: Maureen Klusza

Remember?

Posted in cartoon, Gallaudet by Robs on October 12, 2006

Remember I. King Jordan said there was no crisis at Gallaudet University when he was at NAD convention last summer?

Well, Jordan boy, take a closer look.

Credit: Maureen Klusza

Cartoon of I. King Jordan

Posted in cartoon, Gallaudet by Robs on May 8, 2006

Credit: Maureen Klusza

How unthoughtful he is? He would listen Jane Fernandes, not the students…

Jane Fernandes’ Default Conversation

Posted in cartoon, Gallaudet by Robs on May 5, 2006

Credit: Maureen Klusza