Artist of the Month – Steve Bright

Bloghorn asked PCO Artist of the Month, Steve Bright, how he makes his cartoons. I have only just become fully digital, and now require an alternative power source to coffee and Chocolate Hobnobs to produce cartoons. It’s been a gradual process however. The majority of my career has been carved out using automatic pencils, no-buff […]

Cartoonists talk to Artists and Illustrators magazine

The August 2009 issue of Artists & Illustrators magazine features an interview with six prominent British cartoonists. Nick Newman, Peter Brookes, Posy Simmonds, and PCOers Morten Morland, Kipper Williams,and John Jensen talk about how they got started in the ‘business of satire’.

John Jensen talks Rowland Emett

PCOer John Jensen is to give an illustrated talk on the early work of cartoonist Rowland Emett, entitled The Eccentric Whimsicality of Mr. Emett, Inventor at the Cartoon Museum in London. The talk is a tie-in with the exhibition Engines of Enchantment: The Machines and Cartoons of Rowland Emett which is at the museum until […]

Cartoon Pick of the Week

Bloghorn spotted this great work during this week ending the 7th August 2009. One: Tony Husband in Private Eye: “Assisted suicides very cheap” Two: Kal (Kevin Kallaugher) in The Economist: On the return of Iranian president Ahmedinejad Three: Dave Brown in The Independent: on Bill Clinton’s mission to North Korea The PCO: Great British cartoon […]

Artist of the Month – Steve Bright

The Bloghorn Artist of the month for August is Steve Bright. We asked him how he became a cartoonist. If there is a conventional route to becoming a cartoonist, it certainly wasn’t mine. From the age of seven I have drawn cartoon pictures which impressed my family and made my friends laugh. I concentrated on […]

Travelling Moleskine: naughty but nice

Members of the Professional Cartoonists Organisation are taking part in a Travelling Moleskine project, as part of this year’s Big Draw event. The idea is that a cartoonist makes his or her mark in the Moleskine notebook then passes it on, via Her Majesty’s post, to the next volunteer. The theme for the PCO’s Moleskine […]