A number of cartoons and caricatures of Shaw have been used on various pages of this website, from the one showing Shaw in a juggling act on the ISS homepage to one showing Shaw playing cricket with Shakespeare at bat on the “Works by Shaw” page.   We’ll begin with the one showing Shaw the globetrotter, which is often used in ISS Newsletters and ads.  This page will be a work-in-progress for some time.   Apologies for ones not sourced.


Globe-Trotting Shaw






Shaw as Mephisto

By Max Beerbohm

Courtesy of Guelph Library


Serpent Shaw



Produced at “Shaw’s Corne” in 2006



SuperShaw, often used as a logo by the Bernard Shaw Society



Battle of the Titans


Shaw and Guess Who?



G.B.S. by Niall O’Loughlin



Shaw next to Mark Twain in a mural at a Barnes & Noble bookstore (circa 2008)



Often distributed at Yuletide by the redoubtable Barbara Smoker of the Shaw Society (London)


Chinese cartoon used by Kay Li in her book on Bernard Shaw and China



Shaw caricatures are often featured on programs.

This one was for rare performances of some Shaw one-acts

In the sesquicentennial celebrations of 2006 in Dublin


The logo for the first ISS conference at the University of South Florida at Sarasota



The Recording Shaw Angel





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