Over the past 20 years, his cartoons have been published in many newspapers and magazines across the US, including the National Enquirer, Saturday Evening Post, SUN, Medical Post, Physician, Funny Times, American Police Beat, as well as in magazines in Germany and England. During the 1990s, Deike Press, Germany's largest syndicate, distributed his cartoons to hundreds of German newspapers while King Features syndicate distributed them in the US as part of The New Breed comic strip.
Cartoons by Gaspirtz have appeared in over 20 books, such as Chickensoup For The Country Soul. Since 2000, Gaspirtz has been publishing his work on the Internet.
His cartoons have been on display in several museums, including the Museum of Modern Art in Tehran, Iran and the Cartoon Art Museum in Boca Raton.
His colorful artwork looks harmless and family friendly, and is reminiscent of early Disney cartoons. But his uncensored dark humor reminds of Gary Larson's single panel gag cartoons The Far Side.