The final word on this year’s Big Draw launch goes to Libby Purves, journalist, broadcaster, compere of the event and Procartoonists.org patron, who sent us this dispatch from the front line of the Battle of Cartoonists I may not be a trained war correspondent but here goes: In that echoing temple of Papal tapestry-based art, […]
To spare you lots of pictures of cartoonists bending over tables and displaying their bald spots – with the exception of the Big Girls Drawers team, of course! – we present a selection of details from the seven banners in the Battle of the Cartoonists in the V&A’s Raphael Room. The Private Eye team, captained […]
Yesterday saw the launch of The Big Draw 2012 and many of our members were at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London to kick off the month-long campaign. These few photos feature the Battle of the Cartoonists which was held in the huge Raphael Room at the museum. We’ll be publishing a full report on the day on Tuesday. The Big Draw […]
Karen Rubins has been selected for the Victoria and Albert Museum‘s first comic illustrator residency, as mentioned previously in Bloghorn. Karen, who draws in a manga style was also placed as a runner-up in last years Japanese Embassy’s Manga Jiman 150 Competition. (via Forbidden Planet).
Following on from our piece about the Comica convention this coming weekend, it has come to Bloghorn’s attention that the V&A is offering UK-based comic artists a programme of six-month residencies. Budding graphic novelists have until the the 4th January 2009 to apply for one of the four places, which include bursaries and studio space. […]