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Cartoon Pick of the Week

December 5, 2008 in General


Bloghorn spotted this great work this week…

One: Stephen Hutchinson (aka Bernie) in Private Eye on child protection officers

Two: Gerald Scarfe in the Sunday Times on India

Three: A spot of blowing our own Foghorn … Noel Ford on the cover of the new Christmas issue of the PCO’s cartoon magazine. (Below – click image to enlarge). Subscribe to The Foghorn here

The PCO: Great British cartoon talent

Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation at the Big Draw in London

October 18, 2008 in News


The PCO will be working at the Big Draw event held in the Eurostar terminal of St Pancras Station in central London today – Saturday 18th October 2008.
The PCO: Great British cartoon talent

New FOGHORN cartoon magazine published

October 14, 2008 in General


You can subscribe to our six-editions a year organ by clicking the big blue button to your right hand side.
14th October 2008
The PCO: Great British cartoon talent

Memories of Punch magazine

October 2, 2008 in General

PCO cartoonist Pete Dredge writes:

What saddens me most about the demise of Punch, apart from the purely selfish loss of what was once a regular market for me, is that thousands of jokes which would have graced its pages on a weekly basis have never had the chance to be made by the amazingly talented bunch of cartoonists this nation possesses. They would have helped to cast a little light in these dark days. We all laughed at those “Prepare to meet thy doom” gags … erm, and we’d probably still laugh at them now.

The PCO: Great British cartoon talent

New Foghorn cartoon magazine

July 10, 2008 in General


A shiny new issue of the Foghorn cartoon magazine is hitting the streets imminently – and a subscription to the bi-monthly feast of drawing and jokes (no, really, we got advised we should say this sort of thing) is available via the PCO big blue Foghorn button you can see immediately to the right hand-side of this writing.
British cartoon talent