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‘Draw The Line Here’ cartoon book needs YOU!

January 24, 2015 in News

THE CROWDFUNDED cartoon book to raise money for the families of the Charlie Hebdo victims in Paris still needs your support! Draw The Line Here is a totally unique collection of cartoons produced in the immediate aftermath of the terrorist killings by mostly British cartoonists including some of the biggest national newspaper names such as…

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Private view of Mark Boxer cartoons at Cartoon Museum

January 21, 2015 in General

THE CARTOON MUSEUM in London launched its exhibition of cartoons and caricatures by the late Mark Boxer last night. With his background in magazine design and editing and an address book bristling with high society contacts, Marc (as his pen name was spelled) was ideally situated to observe the high and mighty and lampoon them,…

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Martin Honeysett

January 21, 2015 in News

THE UK CARTOON community heard today, Wednesday 21st of January 2015, of the death of Martin Honeysett. This is a staggering loss. To those lucky enough to have known him, Martin was a delightful, learned, funny and kind man. To all, his cartoons demonstrated not only a very keen, often weird sense of humour, but…

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Draw The Line Here cartoon book in aid of #jesuischarlie

January 15, 2015 in News

  DRAW THE LINE Here  is a crowdfunding venture launched by English Pen and the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation with crowdfunding and promotion facilitated by Crowdshed. English PEN is the founding centre of a worldwide writers’ association with 145 centres in more than 100 countries. They campaign to defend writers and readers in the UK and…

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A visit to the #Charlie Hebdo unity rally in Trafalgar Square

January 14, 2015 in News

ON SUNDAY 11th January, three members of the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation attended the mass rally in sympathy with the French deaths connected to Charlie Hebdo magazine. The Surreal McCoy. Paul Baker and Simon Ellinas took on the roles of London correspondents for the day to experience a small part of the reaction to the tragic…

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