Cartoonist and Procartoonists.org member Bill Stott talks creativity while trying to avoid the usual pitfalls “Creativity is bunk” – I can’t remember where I read that, but it sort of lodged, because its bizarre. Not unlike Big Brother being classed as entertainment. Maybe its one of the utterings of the great, good, and often dead. […]
Our anthropomorphic friend launches himself upon the hard world of educashun.
In which our anthropomorphic Foghorn considers the horrors inherent in the role of the editorial or comment cartoonist.
Our anthropomorphic chum considers the so-called silly season.
Our anthropomorphic friend pleads on behalf of the UK’s manufacturers of off and on colour jokes.
Foghorn acts as the anthropomorphic agent to the UK Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation and we, er, endorse this message.
Our anthropomorphic Foghorn has returned from his holiday and he’s got issues with the mutability of time.
In which our anthropomorphic friend shows G4S how security should be delivered. Please discuss in the comments.
Our anthropomorphic Foghorn takes a look at cartoons and “art”.