Oslo Davis is an illustrator, artist and cartoonist.
Oslo's work appears regularly in The Age newspaper and in The Monthly, and occasionally pops up in theNew York Times, the Guardian, Meanjin, Art Guide Australia and the Readings Monthly.
As a freelance illustrator Oslo has drawn for the Golden Plains music festival, the National Gallery of Victoria and the University of Melbourne, among others. Oslo was previously awarded a Creative Fellowship at the State Library of Victoria, and is a former Walkley Award finalist.
Drawing Funny: A Guide to Making Your Terrible Little Cartoons Funnier, Oslo’s new collection of cartoons and short writings on making cartoons, is out now through Black Inc.
The North American edition of This Annoying Life: A Mindless Coloring Book for the Highly Stressed out now through Chronicle Books.