Oslo Davis was born in Brooklyn, Tasmania. He is now an illustrator and cartoonist living in Melbourne, Australia.
In 2011 Oslo was a Walkley Award finalist in the cartoon category.
Oslo has drawn for the following publications and websites:
New York Times / Meanjin / The Racket / The Age / The Sunday Age / Readings Monthly / BusinessWeek / The Big Issue / Sleepers Almanac / Tango / Going Down Swinging / Desktop Magazine / Australian Book Review / Torpedo / Wheeler Centre's website
Oslo Davis draws gag cartoons for the Age, and a book collecting his Sunday Age Overheard cartoons is out now through Arcade Publications.
In 2010 Oslo Davis completed a Creative Fellowship residency at the State Library of Victoria where he worked on a collection illustrations for Libraryland, a book of drawings.
For the 2011 Melbourne Writers Festival Oslo edited and produced a newspaper of cartoons called Drawn From Life, which was distributed for free across Melbourne's train network one morning in August 2011. Oslo also completed a number of drawings for the Golden Plains music festival, and for the Melbourne Immigration Museum.