Photo courtesy of Cath Tate Cards
The Surreal McCoy writes:
At long last the legacy of women cartoonists and comic artists is celebrated at the Cartoon Museum in London in a wide-ranging exhibition called The Inking Woman.
Bringing together original artwork spanning 250 years, from 18th century caricatures to modern graphic novels, the exhibition is a celebration of the vibrancy and variety of women’s cartoon and comic expression in the UK. It also includes the PCO’s very own Sally Artz, Kate Charlesworth and The Surreal McCoy. With plenty of editorial and strip cartoons from magazines and newspapers, postcards, graphic novels, comics, digital comics and zines as well as panel gags, it is the largest exhibition of its kind to date.
The exhibition runs from now until the 23rd July 2017 at the Cartoon Museum, 35 Little Russell Street, London WC1A 2HH
Millennium Basin by Kate Charlesworth (originally published by the Guardian)
Excerpt from a graphic memoir by Kate Charlesworth (work in progress)
Rejected Punch cover 1972 by Sally Artz
The Surreal McCoy cartoon originally published by Prospect magazine