With the seasonal greetings of the UK Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation
New in from our friends at The UK Cartoon Museum are the results of their annual cartoon awards. Strip Cartoon Award to Charles Peattie and Mark Warren for Celeb – a long running feature of Private Eye magazine Pocket Award to Neil Bennett – of The Times Joke Award to Neil Kerber – of The […]
The winner in the under-30s category in the Young Cartoonist of the Year contest, organised by the British Cartoonists’ Association, is Joe Mounsey, 25. The BCA chairman Martin Rowson, also a PCO member, told the Bloghorn that Joe so little expected to win that he arranged to go to Berlin for work on the night […]
Bloghorn at the Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival 2011
Cartoon previews from the Personal Bests exhibition, one of the headline events at this year’s Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival which opens next week. An exhibition of Carl Giles cartoons has also opened at the town museum.
We will be publishing artwork submitted for exhibition at this year’s cartoon festival in the run up to the main weekend on April 16th and 17th. This year’s events have an Olympian theme and the show Personal Bests will be highlighting some of the cartoonists responses to this challenge. For those local to the town, […]
Bloghorn can announce the full line up of attending Cartoonists for the 2011 Shrewsbury International Cartoon Festival. More than 40 of the finest cartoonists from the UK are this year joined by Graeme Keyes, Tom Matthews, Jim Cogan, Tom Halliday and Jon Berkeley our guests from Ireland. Three cartoon exhibitions – Joking for Gold by Giles […]