Foghorn cartoon magazine – Issue 45

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 […]

Foghorn cartoon magazine – Issue 44

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 […]

Bloghorn at The Big Draw 2009

Teams of participants from the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation who run Bloghorn will be participating in the annual Big Draw next weekend. Cartoonists Clive Goddard, Andy Bunday, Pete Dredge and Nathan Ariss will be representing the trade in the Battle of the Cartoonists. Colleagues Tim Harries, and Cathy Simpson will also be a running a series […]

Artist of the Month – Kate Scurfield

In our final talk with artist of the month Kate Scurfield, we asked what she thought about the future of cartooning in the digital age. E-mail has revolutionised delivery of images, although some editors (young ones) have used it to shorten deadlines. I believe as broadband speeds improve, the system will permit more elaborate websites […]

Foghorn cartoon magazine published

No39. published in June 2009 – cover artwork this month is by Steve Bell. The Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation of the UK publishes the Foghorn six times a year and you may subscribe to a glossy, printed version for a mere £30 by contacting us at this mail link here. You can download a recent issue […]

New Foghorn cartoon magazine published

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 […]

Bloghorn Competition

Bloghorn freebie: Spot on Win a pair of tickets to an evening of cartoon, caricature and graphic satire with Posy Simmonds, Steve Bell and Bill Feaver at Kings Place in London. All you have to do is impress Bloghorn by making the best addition to the following proposition in the comments underneath this post; Posy […]

New Foghorn cartoon magazine published

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 […]

The infinite canvas continues…

Following on from Bloghorn’s earlier post that mentioned Scott McCloud‘s concept of the Infinite Canvas, it has transpired that Microsoft has released a working demo of a piece of software called (imaginatively enough) Infinite Canvas that allows the cartoonist to tell a story in a way that is unencumbered by the traditional boundaries of the […]