Our longest running cartoon strip, ‘Grim’ follows the adventures and mishaps in the lives of two uber-trendy, urbane sophisticates amid the coffee shops and patisserie outlets of North London.
Better Latte Than Never
Published by Private Eye, a collection of Grim Up North London cartoon strips.
BBC History Magazine: I Wish I’d Said That and previously: At the Bar of Historical Opinion)
With characters as diverse as Al Capone and Henry the VIII, meet a host of historical figures who feature in this long running cartoon strip, now in its second guise.
New Statesman: Anne Finally
Gaffe-prone news presenter Anne Finally had a knack of asking all the wrong questions of politicians and celebrities.
Museums Journal: Curator’s Egg
Highlighting the world’s little known and downright obscure museums and collections, from the Tiverton Museum of the Moustache to the Utrecht Watering Can Collection.
Property Law Journal
Fortnightly single box cartoons tackled this complicated legal area with humour, wit and the occasional woodland animal.
Angels & Urchins: Perfect Parents
Poking fun at those parents who will insist on organic granola and language lessons for their precious teeny ones, Perfect Parents poked (mostly) gentle fun at a certain type of parent – you know who you are!
Knife and Packer were commissioned to design and draw a series of cartoon characters for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport website.
Book covers - Man Walks Into Bar
Knife and Packer have created the artwork for several book covers for Ebury Press, including both volumes of the very popular joke book series Man Walks into a Bar.
The Times: Preposterous Properties
Preposterous Properties appeared every week in the Bricks & Mortar section of The Times and featured the homes of a host of diverse characters from Dracula to James Bond and more.
Sunday Times: Perfect Couple
A long running cartoon strip that appeared in Style magazine, Perfect Couple pointed the finger and chuckled at Marcus and Molly, a pair of fashion victims, and their goal of always being stylish.
The Guardian: Gnomework
Having both been to school we were more than capable of delivering a weekly cartoon strip that poked (gentle) fun at teachers and the school system.
The Guardian: Office Alien
Office Alien appeared in Jobs and Money and featured the life of George, an alien thrown into the modern workplace, struggling with everything from modems to mid afternoon munchies.
The Oldie: Bon Viveur
Following the adventures of Peter, a vigorous 70-something , Bon Viveur featured his escapades and adventures in the 21st century.