Exhibition in São Paulo, Brazil (October/November 2020)
I have giant enlargements of a dozen cartoons on display in the middle of Paulista Avenue in São Paulo, Brazil as part of Virada Sustentável, an annual conference/festival on sustainability. You can see some photos of the cartoons on the organizations Facebook page at-- http://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3430589780358280&id=112413182175973

Minnesota Museum of American Art Mural (December, 2018)
The Minnesota Museum of American Art hired me to paint a decorative mural in the museum's men's room. It seemed like a humorous and appropriate job for a cartoonist. You can see a short video of the finished mural at-- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3ZuGzPxLHg

A Fun, Short Movie of My Trip to Brazil (April, 2018)
The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation flew me to Brazil to promote the new Portuguese Edition of my book "CARtoons" and to give several slide talks in Sao Paulo and Salvador, as part of the "World Social Forum." Local videographer Rachael Schein made a fun, short movie of my trip. You can watch it at-- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ur1XtYVF_LQ

Portuguese Edition of my book "CARtoons" (March, 2018)
Autonomia Literária recently published a Portuguese language edition of my book CARtoons in Brazil. It features a new introduction by Daniel Santini, many new cartoons, and information on Brazilian bicycle, pedestrian and alternative transportation groups. You can order a copy directly from the publisher-- http://autonomialiteraria.com.br/loja/quadrinhos/cartoons-atropelando-a-ditadura-do-automovel/

Streets.mn Column (April, 2017)
I am still doing periodic columns for our local Twin Cities Transportation blog at "streets.mn". Here's my most recent-- https://streets.mn/2017/04/11/a-little-media-history-for-streets-mn-readers/ You can find all my past columns at-- http://streets.mn/author/asinger/

Radio Interview (February 1, 2017):
I was interviewed  on KBOO Radio in Portland, Oregon by the hosts of a show called "Culture on Two Wheels". You can listen to the show here (my interview starts around minute 28:50).

Greeting Cards (December 2016)
Noble Works Card Company is now offering greeting cards (for holidays, birthdays and other occasions) with my cartoons at-- http://www.nobleworkscards.com/cards-by-andy-singer.html
Supposedly, you can get a discount if you use the code-- ARTISTS25

Microcosm Interview (April 22, 2015):
Microcosm's Elly Blue interviewed me for a piece on their website. They are the publishers of my last book "Why We Drive." You can read it at--

Springcon, May 16 and 17 (2015):
I will be selling and signing books including my new book Why We Drive and copies of Treasury of Mini Comics, edited by Michael Dowers in which I have 16 pages. I'll also be selling original cartoon sketches for just $5 apiece. I'll be sharing a table with PiPress cartoonist, rubber stamp and crop art master David Steinlicht. Come hang out! Springcon is at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in the Grandstand from 10am-5pm on both Saturday and Sunday, May 16 and 17. For details, go to: http://midwestcomicbook.com/

(2014) I am now writing occasional blog posts on the Twin Cities transportation and urban planning blog "streets.mn". You can read my posts at: http://streets.mn/author/asinger/

A Few Recent Interviews (in 2013):
Here's one in Atlantic Cities Magazine related to my new book "Why We Drive"--
Here's one for a UK publication--

The Bike Comics Show will be on view at Black Dog Cafe, corner of 4th and Broadway, in downtown Saint Paul, from June 1-30, 2012. The opening reception will be on Friday, June 8, at 7pm to celebrate Twin Cities Bike Walk Week. The show will consist of drawings, cartoons and comics about bicycles by local artists Ken Avidor, Roger Lootine and me. Summit Brewing has promised us 4 cases of free beer, so come early, check out some comic art and have a beer while supplies last. You can see a poster for the show at: http://www.andysinger.com/bike_comics_show_poster.jpg

I'm going to India in November (2011) to witness Carfree Day in Mumbai and do artwork for The Greenmile Foundation, its chief organizer and sponsor. I'll post a few pictures on facebook when I get back.

I have 4 pages in the new book "Superheroes, Strip Artists & Talking Animals" by Britt Aamodt:

It's a collection of short biographies and cartoons by 23 Minnesota Cartoonists including Kirk Anderson, Ken Avidor, Roger Lootine, Terry Beatty, Peter Gross, Will Dinski, and many others. The book is published by Minnesota Historical Society Press. You can get a copy at: http://shop.mnhs.org/collections/books-art-photography/products/superheroes-strip-artists-amp-talking-animals

"FrameUps" gallery in Minneapolis is hosting a show of comic art. It will feature original drawings by myself, Kirk Anderson, Ken Avidor, Roger Lootine, Shannon Brady, Kevin Cannon, Will Dinski, Brittney Sabo, David Steinlicht and Steven Stwalley. All originals will be for sale ...as well as books and mini-comics by all the participants.

The opening reception will be Friday evening, August 28th from 6-9pm. The show will run through Friday, October 16th. FrameUps is located at:
4325 Nicollet Ave. S
Minneapolis, MN  55409
Come hang out and see the show! For more info go to--

"HOT INK: Comic Art in Minnesota" is a show of cartoon originals and comic books at the Minnesota Museum of American Art in downtown Saint Paul. It features work by 16 local artists including myself and is on display through March of 2009. In addition to originals on the walls, the museum put couches, reading lamps and a coffee table full of contributor comics in the middle of the gallery. I post a few photos below. If you get a chance, check it out. I spent over two hours reading through just some of what's on display. Best of all, it's FREE! For more information check out the MMAA's website at--

October 4th and 5th
, I shared a table with Kirk Anderson at the Minnesota Comic Convention at the State Fair Grandstand. Kirk was the editorial cartoonist for the Pioneer Press for over 6 years and did the comic "Banana Republic" for the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Here he is freaking out at all the adults walking around in super hero costumes--