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Bloghorn of Africa

July 27, 2009 in Comment

Bloghorner Tayo Fatunla is interviewed by the BBC World Service about his reports from the recent Pan-African Cultural festival in Algiers. The main clip starts at 16.15 in and Tayo takes some questions from about 26.00 in.

Cartoonists out and about in Europe

June 23, 2009 in General

PCOer Tayo Fatunla was an invitee to the recent Nostrum Cartoon Festival in Mallorca and also recently seen abroad was Graham Fowell at Bergen op Zoom in the Netherlands.

This festival which is held in the Markienzenhof national museum also houses a permanent exhibition of satirical art. Graham reports:

Attending cartoonists and their companions spent the evening(s) doing what socialising international cartoonists do – i.e. trying to speak bits of each other’s language whilst waving about and drawing increasingly blurred caricatures of each other.

“Plus ça change”, thinks one of Bloghorn’s continental cousins. Full event details of Bergen are here in translation.

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Cartoon news in brief

October 9, 2008 in General

PCOer Tayo Fatunla reports on his participation in Black History month at the Damilola Taylor Centre in Southwark, London. More details are here.

The BBC has a short video of Gerald Scarfe opening an exhibition of his political drawings at the Houses of Parliament.

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PCO member Tayo Fatunla in America

March 4, 2008 in General

PCOer Tayo Fatunla reports a recent book signing and launch of his illustrated book Black History – Our Roots at A+B Books in Brooklyn, New York during February. Bloghorn says click F for Fatunla for more on Tayo and his work.
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