The cartoons and humorous illustrations displayed on this page are mostly items created in years past for our publication ART+Plus. Some are from other sources to which we subscribed in the '70s for and advertising agency we operated.

Wayne Hepburn, Author

copyright 2000 mmi
"I knew she wouldn't let us keep it."


Created by Jack Flynn for Mission Media, Inc. ©2000 All rights reserved.

copyright 1997 mmi
"Yes.. I realize how valuable ivory is but we're not going to accept it as loan collateral while you're wearing it."


Created by Jerry Cogan for Mission Media, Inc. ©1997 All rights reserved.

copyright 2000 mmi
"I don't care if she is house broken.
She can't stay in your room."


Created by Jerry Cogan for Mission Media, Inc. ©1997 All rights reserved.

copyright 1998 mmi
"When it comes to cracking nuts he's unbeatable."


Created by Jack Flynn for Mission Media, Inc. ©1997 All rights reserved.

copyright 1995 mmi
"Tickling the ivories again Tarzan?"


Created by Robert Van Aulen for Mission Media, Inc. ©1995 All rights reserved.

copyright 1995 mmi



Created by Robert Van Aulen for Mission Media, Inc. ©1995 All rights reserved.



Created by Bebe Williams. This image was downloaded from America Online 1995-February-28. Marked "Distribute Freely". Description: Elephant born with strange horn growing from its head.

copyright 1995 mmi

"Be reasonable Ethel.
How was I to know there would be mice on this cruise?"


Created by Mort (Clair Anderson) for Mission Media, Inc. ©1995 All rights reserved.

copyright 1996 mmi

I created this punny carton in 2008 for my own amusement.

I created this carton in 2009 for my own amusement.




from Clip Tips by Mead Paper Co 1976


© 1979 Volk
copyright 1995 mmi
© 1995 MMI
copyright 1997 mmi
© 1997 MMI
copyright 1995 mmi
© 1995 MMI

I created this carton in 2009 for my own amusement.

Did you hear the one about the elephant who walked into a bar ?
He said. "Owwee! That hurt!"

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