Oslo Davis is an illustrator and cartoonist.
Oslo draws two cartoons a week for Melbourne's The Age newspaper, as well as a weekly cartoon called Overheard in the Sunday Age. Oslo draws regularly for Art Guide Australia, Readings Monthly and Issimo Magazine.
In 2011 Oslo was a Walkley Award finalist in the cartoon category.
In terms of publishing, Oslo has contributed illustrations to a number of books, most recently Sh*t Asian Mothers Say, by Benjamin Law and Michelle Law, and for Henry Lawson and Banjo Paterson anothologies.
Other clients include:
National Gallery of Victoria
Victoria College of the Arts
State Library of Victoria
Melbourne Bike Festival
Oslo is represented by the Jacky Winter Group.
'North California's land of redwood, bigfoot and ... erk!' by Oslo Davis in Spectrum, The Saturday Age, 3 August 2014.
A write-up about Oslo Davis' illustrations work with design studio Clear, on BP&O.
An article about Oslo Davis’ Thirteen Month Calendar on Desktop Magazine's website.
Read an interview with Oslo Davis on Gather & Fold, an online design journal.
Listen to Oslo Davis and New Yorker cartoonist Barry Blitt talk to Waleed Aly on ABC Radio National (March 2012).
An article about Oslo Davis published in the Leader newspaper (February 2012).
Stuart Geddes' review of Drawn From Life, on ThreeThousand.com.au.
John Bailey's write-up about Drawn From Life, and comics generally, in The Sunday Age's M magazine.
Arts Victoria's video about the Drawn From Life project.
Interview about Drawn From Life, on The Ember.
Interview, and studio photos, with Lucy Feagins on The Design Files.
Interview with Mel Campbell on The Enthusiast.
Interview with James Valentine on 702 ABC Sydney (audio).
Interview about Overheard on ThreeThousand.com.au.
Jo Case's review of Overheard on the Readings bookshop website.
Andrew Stephen's article on Oslo Davis, 'The first hanging of a serial sketcher,' in The Age.
Interview about the exhibition 'This Annoying Life' on ThreeThousand.com.au.
Interview with Oslo Davis on Meanjin's Spike blog.
Dan Rule's article 'Oslo's Angst,' on Broadsheet.com.au.
Stuart Geddes' review of Three Books.
Penny Modra's review of Conceived on a Tram.