Hugh

If you don’t know who Hugh is, you probably haven’t been reading my blog for long.

One thing that sets great blogging apart from other kinds is whether or not the author’s true personality comes through. On this post Hugh’s personality comes through big time.

I treasure my few examples of Hugh’s work.

Thank you Hugh for everything you do, hope we see another 10 years out of you.

Comments

  1. Completely agree. Hugh’s a total gem and I hope he sticks around. I think your blog is what first got me on to him a few years back, so thanks for that Robert.

  2. Completely agree. Hugh’s a total gem and I hope he sticks around. I think your blog is what first got me on to him a few years back, so thanks for that Robert.

  3. Couldn’t agree more. Big fan of Hugh’s work, both art-wise and marketing-wise.

    Here’s a drink* to Hugh and cartoonist-marketers around the world!

    (*Stormhoek wine obviously!)

  4. Couldn’t agree more. Big fan of Hugh’s work, both art-wise and marketing-wise.

    Here’s a drink* to Hugh and cartoonist-marketers around the world!

    (*Stormhoek wine obviously!)

  5. Let’s not forget that Stormhoek’s wine – a product that Hugh is marketing through his doodles – is also an alcohol and as such is not healthy!

    Anyway I do think that drawings (doodles!) on the wall of caves have spawn human civilization approx 75,000 years ago, so doodling indeed can move things…

  6. Let’s not forget that Stormhoek’s wine – a product that Hugh is marketing through his doodles – is also an alcohol and as such is not healthy!

    Anyway I do think that drawings (doodles!) on the wall of caves have spawn human civilization approx 75,000 years ago, so doodling indeed can move things…