Matt Bissett-Johnson is a widely published freelance cartoonist, appearing regularly in the Melbourne Observer, On Line Opinion, Arena and Dissent.
He has also been seen in The Age, New Matilda, Going Down Swinging, Sleepers Almanac, Trouble, Australian Penthouse and the Best Political Cartoons of 2010 and 2012 (books).
His political cartoons can be seen at http://mattbj.blogspot.com.
Matt also runs a science fiction art blog at http://mbjsgeekyfreak.blogspot.com.au.
Articles written by Matt Bissett-Johnson (32)
- 23 February 2014 | First Instance by Error Command
- 18 June 2013 | The polishing and buffing of Tony Abbott
- 20 May 2013 | Tony's treatment
- 22 April 2013 | Those magnificent men
- 4 April 2013 | Daleks with nukes
- 28 March 2013 | The Easter Tony
- 26 March 2013 | Ruddpocalypse
- 21 March 2013 | Leadership tensions
- 14 March 2013 | The Murdoch media machine
- 8 March 2013 | Abbott's octopus
- 4 March 2013 | Ask not for whom the dog whistles
- 1 March 2013 | Mainstream media perpetual motion machine
- 27 February 2013 | Tony Ahabbott
- 20 February 2013 | In bed with Tony
- 12 February 2013 | And then he escapes
- 9 February 2013 | Australia's sporting shame
- 6 February 2013 | New softer Tony
- 30 January 2013 | The election Abbottoir
- 22 January 2013 | The Neanderthal child
- 4 January 2013 | Raising the bar
- 16 December 2012 | Ashbygate and the Born to Rule Brigade
- 15 December 2012 | The Slipper conspiracy
- 11 December 2012 | The Convoy of Self Confidence
- 10 December 2012 | Nauru
- 5 December 2012 | The character test
- 3 December 2012 | Global warming warning
- 29 November 2012 | The unbearable lightness of being wrong
- 27 November 2012 | Operation Smear Gillard
- 26 November 2012 | Ugly rhetoric
- 23 November 2012 | Pushing refugee policy to the right
- 21 November 2012 | The public and Dr No
- 20 November 2012 | The hide of the Church
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