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March 15, 2013 in General, Links, News

© Colin Whittock

Our colleagues in the Cartoonists’ Club of Great Britain (CCGB) have produced The Little Red Nose-E-Book Of Cartoons in aid of Comic Relief. It features 101 cartoons by CCGB members, including the gag above by Colin Whittock, who is also a member. The e-book costs just £1.59 (with all proceeds going to the charity) and can be downloaded here.

Also to coincide with Comic Relief, Forbidden Planet asks comics professionals to pick their favourite humorous strips. The list includes the dark and desolate Viz strip, Drunken Bakers, drawn by member Lee Healey. Read the full article here and see if you agree with the selections.

Ralph Steadman, the world-renowned cartoonist and yet another of our members, is the subject of an upcoming exhibition at London’s Cartoon Museum. Steadman at 77 opens on 1 May. and runs until 21 July. Find more details here.

Ian Hislop and his frequent collaborator,  the cartoonist Nick Newman, have written a new film for BBC Two that focuses on a First World War forerunner to Private Eye. Read more here.

Finally, the illustrator Alex Mathers explains how he found himself drawing Google Doodles — arguably the most widely seen drawings in the world on any given day — and draws some useful conclusions. Read it here.

Artist of the month: Lee Healey

February 22, 2008 in Events

Here is our last offering from PCO Artist of the Month Lee Healey, if you click on the term Lee Healey under this text you will see three other terrific examples of his work, or you can just go here and click H.
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Artist of the Month: Lee Healey

February 15, 2008 in Events

An example of comic strip or sequential art from our PCO Artist of the Month for February 2008, Lee Healey. Click on the term Lee Healey underneath this text to see some or his back catalogue of work or go here and click H for Healey.
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Artist of the Month: Lee Healey

February 8, 2008 in Events

Del Boy, Rodney, Uncle Albert, Trigger and Boycie from Only Fools and Horses by PCO member Lee Healey.
This is our second featured piece of original artwork from Lee, if you click on the term Lee Healey underneath this text you will find the first. Bloghorn also urges you to click the phrase PCO Artist of the Month too, and explore some of the other talent that lives around here.
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Artist of the month: Lee Healey

February 1, 2008 in General

PCO member Lee Healey caricature of kate Moss and pete Doherty
Cartoonist & illustrator Lee Healey, is a freelancer with over 17 years experience. Lee’s art has appeared in many magazines and comics, including Viz, Maxim, and The Dandy. Other clients have included the CBBC channel, Roy Chubby Brown,and video artist Mark Leckey. Lee prides himself on his versatility, and is able to turn his hand from simple cartoons to cartoon, comic or strip illustrations. Like many modern cartoonists, Lee completes, and delivers, his work digitally. Bloghorn says click H for Healey
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