NateFakes

Introduction | I sold my first cartoon in fifth grade. I made five bucks. I used it to try to impress a sixth-grade girl. It didn't work. But while I did give up on sixth-grade girls, I didn't give up on cartooning. I've sold work to everyone from MAD to Parade, from greeting-card companies to corporate clients. I'd also like to share my work with you. To find a cartoon about a particular topic, please click here. To order custom work, please click here. And to learn more about me, please click here. Most important, have fun while you're here. If you don't we're doing it wrong.

 

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Custom Cartoons and BizComics

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A picture is worth a thousand words, right? So, just imagine how effectively a picture can convey your message even your marketing message if it’s accompanied by a just a few words. And then imagine how much more engaging and memorable your message could be if it were humorous or entertaining.

Here’s are some recent examples of custom cartoons:

21st Century Fox (click to read more): 

Difference of Binge Watching and a TV Marathon

Thought Leadership – O’Brien Communications Group (click to read more):

Thought Leadership

Dayton Local (click here to see more):

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As you can see, yours doesn’t need to be a strip. It could be just one panel, a strip or even something bigger.

If you have an idea for a custom cartoon, whether it’s for building your business or just having fun, please feel free to get in touch with me. I’ll be happy to hear from you. And I look forward to creating something with you.

BizComics_Regular-2And in case your business needs a little more support — brand management, marketing, and promotion — I’ve collaborated with O’Brien Communications Group to create BizComics. It reflects our convictions that marketing is effective storytelling, that your marketing stories can also engage and entertain by including comics, and that comics can be another way in which you differentiate yourself from your competition.

CLICK HERE to find out more about BizComics

 

 

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About Nate

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After selling my first cartoon in fifth grade, and throughout middle and high school, I drew all day instead of paying attention in class. My edgy humor was infamous. In fact, at one point, I was invited by my high-school principal to stop drawing cartoons that poked fun at my classmates or I wouldn’t graduate. I accepted.

After high school, I went to Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. I took the job of graphic artist/cartoonist for the school newspaper, The Guardian, and created weekly political and gag cartoons. That gig landed me an internship at MAD Magazine in New York City, during which I wrote for the magazine and cleaned their storage room. At the end of the internship, with the storage room all spiffy, I returned to Ohio, continued to work with MAD on three different series, and drew for numerous other publications.

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Above:  From MAD Magazine #523

My original series, Break of Day, is syndicated by GoComics, appearing daily in newspapers and online. I teamed with the comedian, Tommy Blaze, to create Knocking on Heaven’s Door. The series was featured on The Bob and Tom Show. It’s been collected in a hard-cover book. And it’s currently under contract with Levity Entertainment in Los Angeles to be made into an animated series.

I work with corporate clients to create custom cartoons for their businesses. For instance, I work with 21st Century Fox creating cartoons for various industry topics.  I also draw Thought Leadership for O’Brien Communications Group, with whom I worked to develop this site.  My cartoons are also featured on greeting cards on shelves everywhere from companies such as NobleWorks and Smart Alex Inc.  And with social media, I’ve been posted from other organizations such as the Tampa Bay Rays, #grammerly, and more.

And beyond cartooning, I’m happily married to my wife, Kelsey.  And we have a daughter, Ella, who is already helping me at the drawing board.FullSizeRender-9

If you’d like to get in trouble with me, please contact me on the form below or at nate@natefakescartoons.com. Who knows what we’ll come up with?

To order any prints of any of the cartoons featured on this site click here.

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