Cartoons by KLOOT cartoons

Don't ask me where the name comes from. (For us Dutch it has some connotation.) I started using this name when I was 16 and since then I use it to sign my cartoons. Like the black background it's part of my creative identity.

I'd be delighted to make a cartoon for you. They come cheap, a book, a CD or a bottle of whine is what I consider a good trade. Contact me by mail if you would like to give me an assignment.

This came with an article about Islam and science.

The girl says: Mama, the black boy just spitted a fly on Jan-Diederick's Benetton sweater.

This breeding Mutantus Dioxinicum came with an article about pollution.

These are images to be published in the SIDERIAL TIMES. They are part of the `looking up looking down' series.

Birdie birdie in the sky
you dropped something
in my eye.

But I don't weep
nor do I cry
I'm just glad that cows
don't fly

The digital images on this page are copyright 1994, O.M.Kolkman. They may be reproduced without charge only after notifying the author. (olaf at dacht dot net)