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by Royston

Cartoon Pick of the Week

July 31, 2009 in Links, News

Bloghorn spotted this great work during this week ending the 31st July 2009.

One: Mike Williams in The Spectator: “Excuse me, could you pass me that magazine?”

Two: Martin Rowson in The Guardian: Waiting for the Iraq inquiry

Three: Morten Morland in The Times: Too many twits

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Cartoon Pick of the Week

September 26, 2008 in Links, News

Bloghorn spotted this great work this week…

One: Mike Williams in Private Eye on something feline

Two: Colin Whittock in the Birmingham Mail: “All the best spots have been nicked by bankers …”

Three: Tim Sanders in The Independent: Just say cheese!

The PCO: British cartoon talent

by Royston

Cartoonists 2008 exhibition

April 7, 2008 in General

Cartoon by Peter Brookes of The Times

An exhibition entitled Cartoonists 2008 opens at the Chris Beetles Gallery in London on April 8 and runs until May 3.

It is the gallery’s second annual show devoted to the art of British cartooning, following on from its successful You Havin’ a Laugh? exhibition last year.

The show features cartoonists from publications such as The Times, The Sunday Times, Private Eye, The Spectator, Daily Express, London Evening Standard, the Telegraph and The Economist, and includes PCO members Andy Davey, John Jensen, Royston Robertson, Kipper Williams, and Mike Williams.

Original artwork is on sale, at prices ranging from £50 to £5,000.

The gallery, at 8 & 10 Ryder Street, St James’s, London, is open from 10am-5.30pm, Monday to Saturday. Tel 020-7839 7551, email or visit the website.

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