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Personalised Caricatures and Gifts
Graham High is an award-winning professional freelance cartoonist and illustrator. He has penned political cartoons and caricatures for The Scotsman, The Scottish Daily Express and Business AM, as well as being published extensively abroad.
Caricatures as gifts
Now you can commission Graham to draw a caricature of you or a family member or friend! They make really wonderful gifts, suitable for a special occasion and you will join a long list of people he has drawn caricatures of over the years including politicians and celebrities, many of whom own the original. What are you waiting for? …
Shop is now Open
A huge range of Graham High products are now available for purchase from our store.
Welcome to the world of the most amazing bike gizmo inventor, Duff. He is a modern-day Heath Robinson who captures the zeitgeist of the new century. His incredible inventions range from the state-of-the-art superbikes to whacky helmets that will completely knock you out! 54 full-colour, beautifully illustrated pages by award-winning cartoonist, Graham High. A must for every cycling enthusiast. Sir James Dyson approved!
Buy my Scottish Daily Express cartoons
Business AM Cartoons
Now you can buy Graham High’s cartoons from Scotland’s award-winning daily newspaper! Business AM was a must for all those working in Scotland’s financial sector. Now you can own a piece of the nation’s publishing history.
Lock Down Nan Keeps Healthy
Old age Pensioner Fanny Stairwell defied Doctor’s orders and continued to use her Duff Stairlift during lockdown. ” I find the more I use it, the faster I can get to the bathroom, and that’s no bad thing at my age” the 108 year old said.
Duff's Gizmos - Original Watercolour Sale
A selection of Graham High’s fantastic original watercolours from the book Duff’s Fantastic Cycling Gizmos can now be purchased from the store.
THE DAILY SPORT
Golfer found inebriated on Old Course
Local golfer, Fairly Hitit, was found the worse for wear on the 18th green. His excuse was that he always carried a large bottle of scotch so that he would never fall foul of Rule 4: Never carry too many clubs!