Photo taken from Pavlov’s Pad.
“Cartoonists are a unique breed when you consider that there are less of them around than there are brain surgeons.” The Hecklers: 244.
Born 1938 in Blackpool, England.
He attended the Doncaster School of Art in Yorkshire, then joined the army in 1956 at the age of eighteen. After a brief visit to Canada in 1956, he returned in 1962 and joined the Telegram [Toronto], doing promotional art plus some occasional illustrating and cartooning. When the Telegram collapsed to joined the Sun [Toronto] drawing a daily socio-political cartoon called “Pavlov”. This panel evolved into a humorous cartoon panel about a dog that was given the same name. When Donato was on holidays he did the editorial cartoon.
In 1978, “Pavlov” was syndicated by Universal Press Syndicate. Martin also did “And this just in ____” a cartoon in the City Life pages of the Sunday Magazine, circa 1995.
BOOK GRAPHIC COLLECTION:
Content cartoon panel & Cover book front & back:
Pavlov. Dell Publishing Co. Ltd., Jan. 1984..
Pavlov dog pounds. Andrews and McMeel Inc. 1983.
Pavlov’s Pad. Andrews and McMeel Inc. 1982.
Pavlov’s Pad. Dell Publishing Co. Ltd., Aug. 1984.
BOOK TEXT & GRAPHIC:
Content humour & Cover book front & back:
The Incomplete Runner. Writ., Bruce Lansky. Musson Book Co./General Publishing Co. Ltd., 1978.
Lansky wrote about running. Martin drew cartoons about running. The two were separate.
PERIODICAL TEXT & GRAPHIC:
Canadian Cartoonist, v. 1, October 1989.
The Hecklers. Writ. & Ed.., Peter Desbarates & Terry Mosher. McClelland & Stewart Ltd., 1979: 244.
Canadian Cartoonist, v. 1, October 1989: “Ted Martin.” Writ., unidentified: 2-6.
Toronto Sun, 8 Jan. 1995: “Funny Business.” Writ., Ian Harvey: 11.