Cartoons – not so static after all

It is sometimes assumed that cartooning is a purely static medium. One of our members, Robert Duncan, shows this isn’t the case in this three-minute plus video celebrating the work of the writer and cartoonist Edward Lear. If you have seen any other good examples of cartooning as a moving medium please post them into the comments […]

Round up : What the Bloghorn saw

Following the overthrow of Col. Gaddafi, artistic Libyans have painted caricatures of the dictator on walls throughout the country. A Swedish cartoonist who has received death threats for depicting the Prophet Mohammed as a dog was the target of a foiled attack last month, according to the Telegraph. Cartoonist and New Yorker cover artist Chris Ware is embracing new […]

Political Cartooning Made Easy

Peter Brookes, political cartoonist for The Times, makes the art of political cartooning look easy. Watch a master at work in this short film. Absorb and weep, dear reader. Bloghorn notes: As The Times have recently started charging to view its website, to view the above link you will have to register – prices are £2 […]

Watch cartoon paint dry with Steve Bell

Prince Charles is 60 years old today – Steve Bell, one of the cartoonists at The Guardian, offers a present. The PCO: Great British cartoon talent From the PCO (Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation)