Judy Horacek is an Australian cartoonist, artist, writer and children’s book creator. Her cartoons have been pinned up on doors and walls all over the world. She is also sometimes a visiting artist for school children and an after-dinner speaker for grownups. more »
Web store is now open.
Back in the shop is Judy’s wonderful board book These are my hands, as well as her most recent picture book with Mem Fox, the extremely cute Ducks Away! – what could be more fun than counting falling ducks?
Last chance to get a Judy Horacek calendar, featuring a cartoon for every month – a whole year of laughter!
The Horacek online shop is now closed for 2016, and will re-open on Tuesday, January 17, 2017. Feel free to order anything you’d like between now and then, but it probably won’t be delivered until next January. Wishing everyone a wonderful festive season, full of many happy, merry and joyous things, and a wonderful beginning to 2017! Which can only … more »
The Horacek online shop is chockfull of ideal Christmas and just anything gifts – cartoon books, picture books, including Mem Fox and my new one, Ducks Away, prints, the first ever Judy Horacek calendar available in Australia, all kinds of things! You can even pre-purchase Random Life, the nascent new Judy Horacek cartoon book, to be sent out to you … more »
The Pozible campaign has now finished, and I’m busily working on making my big pile of cartoons into a proper book – selecting, arranging, tidying the scans, getting the design done.
The campaign is over, but you can still pledge/pre-buy copies of the new cartoon book, it’s just moved to my website shop. You can buy a single copy or a … more »
Thanks so much to everyone who contributed – not only for the money but for the vote of confidence and the support of the idea. And for the many lovely comments too. It was really gratifying to feel there was so much love out there for my work. I achieved the target, so – drum roll – a 224 page cartoon … more »
I’m into the final week of the campaign for the new book (it ends 2 November, 10pm AEST) and for the last few days I’ve been working on the picture for the cover. Covers tend to make me nervous, they are an extremely important part of the book
, and the awareness of that importance can be paralysing. But I’m quite pleased with … more »