This ironic alligator/businessman briefcase cartoon was first used by Reader's Digest Magazine. Although not a business publication, Reader's Digest often uses business cartoons in the work related areas of the magazine. This cartoon might work for a business presentation about workplace fashion or I often thought it would be ideal for an animal rights organization. Click on the cartoon to add to cart, pay for and download it for your purposes.
Here's another cartoon that I was happy to have published in the Wall Street Journal. It's a cartoon that's near and dear to my heart, because I do a lot of penciling in. Although I don't have a cool view of the skyline out of my office window like this cartoon does. Click on the cartoon and get the ball rolling to use it in your presentation, e-mail, blog, etc.
Do you ever get the feeling that you might have less of a hard time getting to talk on the phone to someone if your name was Warren Buffet or Paul McCartney? I think you're right. And our receptionist above is proving the point. This cartoon showed up in a really cool business magazine called Worthwhile. Unfortunately, they went out of business some years back. Click the cartoon to add to cart.
Here's a cartoon that might be good in a real estate presentation, e-mail, blog, e-newsletter, etc. It could also work for estate planning lawyers, retirement firms or stock brokers. Just click on the cartoon to start using it for your electronic media purposes. Contact me to use in printed materials such magazines, newsletters, greeting cards, brochures or what have you.