Cartoon Resource has funny, on-topic, high quality cartoons at a great price and with great customer service.
Outstanding customer service from Cartoon Resource includes: on-topic, high quality, positive cartoons at the right price, with fast delivery, and answering your questions in a friendly, professional manner.
Mostly, though, we’re in the stress relief business!
Want cartoons for a presentation, a book, a speech, a website, social media or any other of a wide array of uses? Cartoon Resource can provide you with STOCK cartoons. Just enter a term in the search bar and click enter. Numerous cartoons will appear for you to select from. Choose your cartoon and instantly download for your need.
If you want CUSTOM cartoons that address your specific content, we will create cartoons for you. Email email@example.com with your specific needs and we will provide information and pricing. The custom cartoon development process includes:
- Understand your communication wants including number of cartoons;
- Provide a contract that clarifies images, rights, timetable and price;
- Provide a written description of each cartoon image for your feedback;
- Email final cartoons to you.
Andrew Grossman is known for his creativity and his customer service. He has been one of the most widely published cartoonists for the last 30 years. Clients have included the P&G, PepsiCo, Houghton Mifflin, Wall Street Journal, Woman’s World and many more.
Andrew’s cartoons have been used by Cengage Learning, Bayer, Mint.com, JetBlue, MacMillan and thousands of other businesses, publishers, law firms, hospitals and educational institutions.
Andrew has worked with speaker/authors Kelly Swanson, Tony Robbins, Jack Canfield, Cynthia Kersey, Marci Shimoff, Byrd Baggett, Larry Winget, Mark Victor Hansen and hundreds of others to provide on-target cartoons for their presentations, books, websites, speeches and handouts.
Mostly, though, Andrew’s in the stress relief business. He is known for his excellent customer service and ability to take ideas and turn them into funny, on-topic cartoons.