Magic! Shrewsbury 2012 Cartoon Festival

The ‘Flights of Fancy’ exhibition for Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival 2012 opens to the public in the town next week. Enjoy a sneak preview of a few more submissions to the show from our members. Submission from Noel Ford to the festival exhibition for Shrewsbury Cartoon 2012. The main festival weekend is 19-22nd April. You can see […]

Taking aim for Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival 2012

You won’t want to miss the Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival 2012 either. There is just one month to go. Cartoon submitted for festival exhibition on the theme of Flying © Andy Davey Cartoonists invited for the show weekend, April 19-22, are: Angela Martin, Steve Way, Paul Hardman, Tim Harries, Cathy Simpson, Alex Hughes, Chris Ryder, John Roberts, Jonathan Cusick, Steve Bright, Tim Leatherbarrow, Bill Stott, Pete Dredge, The Surreal McCoy, Rupert Besley, Andy Davey, Steve Best, Denis Dowland, Ian […]

Sat-Nav’ing our way to Shrewsbury cartoon 2012

Exhibition submission cartoon © and courtesy of Rupert Besley We know all routes lead to Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival 2012 at this time of the year. See you there. The UK Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation

Flying to Shrewsbury 2012

Pete Dredge submitted this charming image to the selection committee for the Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival 2012. Will it make the cut for the big exhibition? The only sure way to know, is to go! Read on for details. –>Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival starts on 5th April, opening of with ‘Flights of Fancy’. The weekend for ‘Cartoonists […]

Thoughts turn to Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival 2012

As the ice melts, thoughts turn to spring and that means the annual cartoon festival at Shrewsbury. The event theme this year is “Flying” and we will be featuring some of the terrific art submitted to the festival exhibition by our members in the coming weeks, in between explaining what you can expect when you […]

Happy New Year from the UK Procartoonists

Good fortune to all our readers on behalf of the members of the UK Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation. And in an attempt to keep up with the arrival of the new year we will be back to normal publishing this week.