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Foghorn – The magazine by cartoonists

August 3, 2011 in Comment, Events, News

Bloghorn commends summer reading with the NEW* issue of Foghorn magazine due for publication. It’s the only cartoon magazine made by the cartoonists themselves.

Foghorn cartoon magazine © The UK Professional Cartoonists' Organisation
http://procartoonists.org

You can try a digital copy and subscribe to six print issues a year for £20 here. Don’t miss it.

* See what we did there?

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by Royston

Foghorn magazine – Issue 51

June 28, 2011 in Comment, News

Foghorn issue 51

Summer is here and our thoughts turn to holidays, so the latest issue of Foghorn, the magazine of the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation, looks at the behaviour of the British abroad. The cover is by the PCO’s Robert Duncan. The magazine is available to subscribers for the annual price of £20 for six full colour issues.

What’s inside?

Roger Penwill on on a travel adventure worthy of Samuel Beckett.
Rupert Besley on the holidays of his youth, when anything foreign was the subject of deep mistrust.
Clive Goddard on America, and how it is really rather big.
Clive Collins on the freelancer’s fear of taking time off.
And you’ll find a full page of cartoons by Andrew Birch.

Plus lots more: the Critic, the Foghorn Guide, the Potting Shed … and several straining suitcases packed with funny cartoons about what we did on our holidays.

You can read older issues of Foghorn online here, right up to our most recent issue.

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Foghorn magazine – Issue 49

March 4, 2011 in News

Spring has nearly sprung and so has the latest issue of Foghorn, the cartoon magazine of the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation. In keeping with this issue’s musical theme, the magazine features an operatic cover by PCO’s Chichi Parish and is available to subscribers for the very merry annual price of £20 for six full colour issues.

What’s inside?

Noel Ford reminisces about his time as a guitarist in the Stormbreakers
Fellow guitarist Roger Penwill tells of  his love for the instrument
Tim Harries has a less than relaxing spa break
John Jensen gives us his musical memories
And you’ll find a full page of cartoons by the Surreal McCoy!

Plus…

…all the regular features – Buildings in the Fog, The Critic, The Foghorn Guide to…, The Potting Shed, Andy Davey‘s ‘Foggy’ strip and many more random acts of humour crammed in wherever we could find room.

You can read older issues of Foghorn online here, right up to our most recent issue.

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Foghorn magazine – Issue 47

November 4, 2010 in General, News


The latest issue of Foghorn, the cartoon magazine of the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation is published. Featuring a cover drawing by the PCO’s Alexander Matthews, the magazine is available to subscribers for the recession-busting price of £20 for six full colour issues – all delivered to your door.

What’s inside?

Mind how you go – Clive Collins delves into some deep wartime secrets
Nathan Ariss tells some thespian tales of Mason Ayres
And the secrets arts of caricature are revealed by Adrian Teal
Bill Stott delivers the gory details of Bloodsports in the Foghorn guide to…
And  you’ll find a full page of Clive Goddard cartoons!

Plus…

…all the regular features – Buildings in the Fog, The Critic, The Potting Shed, Andy Davey‘s ‘Foggy’ strip and many more random acts of humour crammed in wherever we could find room.

You can read older issues of Foghorn online here, right up to our most recent issue.

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Bloghorn says enquire about a subscription for your loved one this (ahem) ‘nearly christmas’.

Foghorn cartoon magazine – Issue 46

August 13, 2010 in Events, News

Foghorn Cartoon Magazine from the UK Professional Cartoonists' Organisation http://wwww.procartoonists.org

The new issue of Foghorn, the cartoon magazine of the UK Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation, has been published. Featuring a cover by Steve Bright and a back cover by Gerard Whyman, Foghorn is available to subscribers for the modest annual sum of £30 for six full colour issues all delivered to your door.

What’s inside this issue?

Toyshops in my life – Clive Collins reveals how he never got the hang of wrapping up a fully inflated football.

A word to the wise – Chris Madden explains how simplified spelling is quite str8forward.

The Trevelyan Files – Foghorn’s very own rip-roaring adventurer continues his exploits, courtesy of Andrew Birch.

Buildings in the Fog – Roger Penwill dons his architectural trousers and heads to the nearest railway station.

The Potting Shed – Cathy Simpson keeps our resident gardening experts in check. Careful with that strimmer!

A full page of Rob Murray cartoons (described by Michael Heath,  cartoon editor at the Spectator magazine, as one of the “smart new kids on the block”.)

Strips from Wilbur, Andy Davey and The Surreal McCoy.

And of course the fun-packed filler features – The Critic, The Foghorn Guide to, Letters to the Editor, and a fair bucketload of cartoons!

Buy your own annual subscription here.

Foghorn cartoon magazine – Issue 45

June 16, 2010 in Comment

The new issue of Foghorn, the cartoon magazine of the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation, has been published. Featuring a cover by the PCO’s Andrew Birch (and a back cover by Higgins), Foghorn is available to subscribers for the modest sum of £30 for six full colour issues delivered to your door.

What’s inside?

Money in the wrong handsClive Collins recalls a case of mistaken identity.
This is your caption speakingRupert Besley goes back to school to find the trouble with words.
None shall pass!Neil Dishington writes a short but sweet piece on the perils of online security.
Tickling the ivoriesTim Harries grabs his gold cape and widdly synth. Music lovers beware.
Foghorn guide to…Bill Stott explains Equestrianism to non-horsey folk the world over. Some of it may even be true.
A full page of Noel Ford cartoons!

Plus…

…all the usual features – Buildings in the Fog, The Critic, The Potting Shed, Andy Davey‘s ‘Foggy’ strip and plenty more cartoony random acts of humour.

You can also read older issues of Foghorn online here, right up to our most recent issue featuring a cover by, er, the author of this post Alex Hughes.

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Foghorn cartoon magazine – Issue 44

April 15, 2010 in Comment

Foghorn cartoon magazine. Made by cartoonists. Cover art ©Alex Hughes for the Professional Cartoonists' Organisation
A new Foghorn magazine is published. Click the picture to subscribe to a beautiful print copy of your very own if you don’t already pay £30 for six issues a year. You can explore some free digital back copies here. This issue the cover artwork is by Alex Hughes.

What’s inside?

Spitting Image – Royston Robertson finds a cartoon namesake down under, and unearths some suprises.
Cool for Cats
– Chichi Parish surfs the internet, stopping off to interview a cat-loving, Harley Davidson-riding nudist.
Yes, you read that correctly
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King of the Roundabout
– Gerard Whyman gets behind the wheel for the first time in 21 years, and lives to tell us the tale.
Such Larks!
– Foghorn’s resident Critic Pete Dredge takes on Lark Rise to Candleford.

Plus:
A four page preview of Shrewsbury Cartoon Festival featuring more cartoons than you can shake a stick at.
The Surreal McCoy – a full-page spread of artwork!
With Buildings in the Fog, The Foghorn Guide To, The Potting Shed and many more random acts of humour.

So, buy yourself a print subscription here

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by Royston

Cartoon Pick of the Week

April 10, 2009 in Links, News

Bloghorn spotted this great work during this week ending the 10th April 2009.

One: Mac in the Daily Mail: “Yes, I’ve resigned. But how the hell did you know?”

Two: Paul Noth in The New Yorker with an Easter cartoon.

Three: Martin Honeysett in the PCO magazine The Foghorn on animal testing. For more on the current issue of Foghorn, click here.

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The PCO: Great British cartoon talent

New Foghorn cartoon magazine published

April 8, 2009 in Comment

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Inside this issue;
Chris Madden introduces us to a Wallace you may be unfamiliar with.
Tim Harries wonders where all the stylophones went.
The Shrewsbury International Cartoon Festival preview offers a plethora of cartoony goodness.
Wilbur Dawbarn gets scientific.
The Foghorn guide to Evolution raises a few eyebrows.
And Pete Dredge takes on Horne and Corden.

Subscribe to our six editions a year print copy from here. Or, try a look at (or download) previous issues here.

New Foghorn cartoon magazine published

February 5, 2009 in General

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Chichi Parish finds out what happens when burlesque meets art school at Dr Sketchy’s.
Chris Madden
gets scientific for Valentine’s with “Love is a drug.’’
Clive Collins goes a bit historical with “Don’t mention the War.”
Do you know how to spot a “David Low’’ forgery? If not, subscribe to this magazine.
Pete Dredge takes on TV cookery shows in “The Critic”
Roger Penwill turns his gaze to windows in “Buildings in the Fog’’
Plus the usual features, and an extra large helping of jokes.