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Book Marks exhibition

June 5, 2019 in Events, General, News

Poster cartoons by © Sarah Boyce, The Surreal McCoy & Noel Ford.

Clive Goddard writes:

An exhibition of cartoons on the theme of books, literature and libraries drawn by the UK’s finest and funniest cartoonists. Appropriately enough the show will be taking place at Westminster Reference Library from June 3rd to 22nd and is free to enter.

The show features work by over 30 members of the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation (PCO) including a host of familiar cartoonists from the pages of The Guardian, The Independent, Private Eye and the rest of the British press, whose signed originals and prints will be on sale. For a list of exhibitors & price list for the works please email:

info@procartoonists.org

Cartoon by © Chris Madden.

Cartoon by © Jeremy Banx.

During the exhibition, on Saturday 15th June 2-4 pm, there will be a free drawing workshop run by cartoonist Zoom Rockman, creator of the Zoom comic and the Beano’s Skanky Pigeon strip as well as work in Private Eye magazine. This event is free and suitable for all ages but spaces are limited so booking is highly recommended via the Westminster Libraries website.

Cartoon by The Independent’s © Dave Brown

Cartoon by © Richard Jolley.

Westminster Reference Library can be found at: 35 St. Martin’s Street, London WC2H 7HP.D

Cartoon by The Guardian cartoonist © Martin Rowson

Private Eye cartoon by © Glenn Marshall

 

 

Cartoonists? We’ve got ’em

July 10, 2012 in General, News

This blog, we hope you know by now, is run by Procartoonists.org, which is home to the UK’s finest professional cartoonists.

Cartoon by RGJ

Cartoon © Richard Jolley @ Procartoonists.org

We’re happy to announce that several leading names in the cartooning business have decided to join Procartoonists.org recently, including the Private Eye regular RGJ, aka Richard Jolley. He has uploaded a biography and some images here.

This week we are also welcoming Hunt Emerson, the underground comics supremo, Robert Thompson, another Private Eye regular, Rich Skipworth, whose work you will have seen on greetings cards and mugs. UPDATE:  The multi-skilled cartoonist Ian Baker, cartoon below, has also just joined us.

Cartoon: © Ian_Baker_@ procartoonists.org

© Ian_Baker @ procartoonists.org

From these cartoonists of note you can tell that we are a diverse lot. If you are looking to commission cartoons, you’ll find a huge variety of styles to suit your requirements in the portfolios. Take a look at them here.