- Slacktivist Café
- 3o years of Street Law
- The Legend of Blue Mamba
- May I have a minute of your time?
- TV Worm
- The Mysterious Demise of the Parktown Prawn
Street Law Ink on paper, with digital colouring by Dave Hadlow, 2015 More than three decades after its original publication in the early 1980s, a new consolidated edition of Street Law South Africa was recently published by Juta and Company Ltd., featuring 20 new N.D. Mazin drawings mainly on gender themes (this aspect of South African law was thoroughly revised in the early 2000s) alongside more than 130 existing drawings by N.D. Mazin, Jeff Rankin, Themba Siwela and Grant Cresswell.
The Legend of Blue Mamba Ink on paper, with digital colouring by Dave Hadlow, 2013. The Legend of Blue Mamba is the first book in the four-part Azaniamania Trilogy. It collects all the Blue Mamba, The Vittokes, New Planet TV and Azaniamania strips, originally published in African Soul Surfer magazine, Mamba Comix, and www.wavescape.co.za between 1995 and 2013.
Here's Lookin' at You, Kid Ink and acrylic on paper, 2015. Illustration for a Sunday Times Lifestyle magazine article on men who visit porn shops in their lunch hour. The editor suggested the boobs for eyes joke. I said OK, but added the eyes for nipples. Beauty and the Beast. Who’s watching whom? It’s a two-way street.
The Mysterious Demise of the Parktown Prawn Acrylic on board, 2014. Illustration for a Sunday Times LifeStyle magazine article by Louis Greenberg on the strange fate of the monster insects that used to plague residents of the upmarket northern suburbs of Johannesburg. Some said it was the hadedas that wiped them out, but actually it was the snails.