Buy Original Panda Cartoons!

Over the last year or so, I have had requests to purchase some of my original panda cartoons. Because  I am accustomed to selling paintings, I don’t regret sending my one of a kind darlings out into the world. So this page is a little something of an experiment. Each month I will post several cartoons of which I am willing to sell the originals, pencil marks, ink splatters and all.

All cartoons will be signed, framed in a simple black frame, and price includes shipping in the US. International shipping can be arranged with added shipping costs. 5% of the purchase price will be donated either to Pandas International or your choice of US Panda Zoo. Princess Pinky needs campaign funds um…I mean enrichment. A signed copy of the book your original cartoon appears in will also be included.

The Selections for October 2015 are…

All cartoons originally appeared in The Panda Chronicles Book 4: The Book of Wu

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Wu’s Pirate Adventure: Uh oh!
Approx. Famed size 11″ x12″
Ink on Bristol Board
$500 Framed + tax, where applicable

Bet ya didn't see this coming...or maybe you did.

Bet ya didn’t see this coming…or maybe you did.

Bears of the Air! Beware!: Gao Gao and Sooperpanna save the day.
Approx. Famed size 11″ x12″
Ink on Bristol Board
$500 Framed + tax, where applicable

where happy pandas eat bamboo, oh why, oh why, can't...Wu?

where happy pandas eat bamboo, oh why, oh why, can’t…Wu?

Prologue to The Wizard of Wu
Approx. Famed size 11″ x12″
Ink on Bristol Board
$500 Framed + tax, where applicable

If you would like to purchase one of these cartoons, please contact me via the form below.  Please indicate the cartoon you would like in the “Comments” field of the form below. Availability is first come, first serve. After all, there is only one original!

You can now pay with PayPal, via my PayPal.me link! Just click on the surrealistic panda below, to go to the link!

 

6 thoughts on “Buy Original Panda Cartoons!

    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      I know what you mean, )unless you are saying that is a wildly exorbitant price for an original cartoon.) But I believe that owning artwork is good not only for the artist, who gets to pay her mortgage and buy food when she sells her work. It is good for the person that has something that is unique, that they love, that brings them joy every time they look at it. I don’t know why it is different than looking at the same thing in a book or on the internet, but it is. You then see all the little pencil marks that don’t get erased, and the drips that were not cleaned up until photoshop.
      If they are a bargain, then buy 3! After 8 years of drawing this cartoon, I have lots! Maybe enough to finance a trip to China and meet the real life panda kindergarten!

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  1. Cyndi

    Gotta say folks, as a proud owner of, not one, but two cartoons, they bring such joy to me every morning, ’cause I look at them every morning in a last gasp effort to steel myself for the coming workday!
    Saturdays and Sundays, they just make me smile!

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      I am so happy that you have them, and that they bring you so much joy. One part of me tries not to get caught up in the reverence and ownership of “things” , but there are those things that bring me great joy. I guess the trick is to figure out what objects enrich our lives, and what is just “stuff”
      Huzzah! Huzzah for pandas that get us through the things that must be gotten through. :o)

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Um…could be any time. My only restriction of selling ‘toons is that it has to be after it has been put into a book, because of my archaic editing method. I take the actual cartoons and fiddle with the order I think they should go in. Pretty luddite-ish, huh? Let me know if you want it.

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