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PCO Profile: Kate Taylor

November 22, 2015 in General

Kate is a cartoonist and illustrator who creates strip and single panel cartoons and illustrations for a wide variety of clients across the media. Her work has featured in numerous magazines, newspapers, books, on calendars, greetings cards and has been animated for television. Kate often works to tight deadlines and enjoys jobs which have a…

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First They Came for The Cartoonists…

November 18, 2015 in General

An opinion piece in The Guardian argues that the latest terrorist atrocity in Paris shows how wrong were those who suggested the cartoonists might have ‘provoked’ their own murder. You can read the article here on The Guardian website. Thanks to Matthew Buck.  

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New Yorker Cartoons Documentary is only Very Semi-Serious

November 15, 2015 in General

“Very Semi-Serious” goes behind the scenes of the New Yorker The documentary introduces the past, present and future generations of cartoonists who create the gag cartoons that have inspired, baffled and occasionally irritated readers for decades. (Seinfeld famously devoted an entire episode to the divisive effect of the more ‘obscure’ strain of New Yorker cartoon.)…

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Anti Cyberbullying Cartoon Strip Competition

November 15, 2015 in General

  In another example of cartooning’s ability to attract and involve the public in helping worthwhile causes, Internet Matters are inviting children to create a comic strip and beat cyberbullying. This competition gives parents and teachers the chance to encourage children to get creative and think about what steps they would take to stand up to cyberbullying. They could also…

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