He also drew cartoons for The Nation, and created poster-sized lithographs for the Christmas issues of magazines such as the Shamrock, Young Ireland and The Sunshine.He was on staff at the Weekly Freeman from 1893 to 1896.
Coaching and Management Career: - GM and coach for the NY Rangers in 1976-1978 - GM of the Winnipeg Jets (WHA) in 1978-1979 - Held various positions with the Jets until 1989 - Director of Player Personnel for the Ottawa Senators in 1992-1995 - Senior Professional Scout for the San Jose Sharks since 1995 I've never seen John FERGUSON playing hockey.
In 1879 O'Hea and Hamilton launched a new magazine, Pat, which ran until 1883 and also featured cartoons by Thomas Fitzpatrick.
In the 1880s O'Hea contributed a large colour weekly political cartoon to the Weekly Freeman, a weekly nationalist newspaper.
He attended the Cork School of Design, and painted trade union banners for Cork parades in the 1860s, 70s and 80s. In 1872, after Zozimus folded, he moved to London and contributed to an Irish-run magazine called Tomahawk, which only lasted a few issues.
Born in Cork, he was the son of James O'Hea, a barrister who was active in the Young Ireland movement and had been secretary to Daniel O'Connell. O'Hea also drew cartoons for the European Civiliser in the early 1870s.