The Round-up

September 9, 2013 in Events, General, Links, News

The latest entry in the Rogues' Gallery, inspired by Alfred Elmore - © Dave Brown @Procartoonists.org

The Cartoon Cafe in Eastbourne will be showing 40 of Dave Brown‘s art-inspired Rogues’ Gallery cartoons, from 5 October until 20 January. See more here.

Another one for the diary: Tony Rushton, former art director at Private Eye, will be taking part in a panel discussion about satirical images through the ages at the Royal Academy on 22 November. Click here to book.

Fans of cartoons and comics will be flocking to Cumbria from 18-20 October, for the Lakes International Comic Art Festival. The featured guests include PCO members Kate Evans, Steve Bell and Hunt Emerson.

With the Cartoon Museum‘s popular Steadman @77 retrospective having closed at the weekend, there’s an opportunity for those who missed it to join Procartoonists.org member and supreme Gonzo artist Ralph Steadman in his studio, courtesy of this short film from The Economist.

In another video, this time for The Telegraph, Christian Adams talks about his role as the paper’s political cartoonist. Watch it here.

The New Yorker cartoon blog takes a look at the use of cliché by its cartoonists, including a slideshow of examples.

And finally, Martin Rowson and fellow graphic novelist Rob Davis appeared together at Stripped in Edinburgh last month to discuss their literary adaptations. Read a report here.

 

 

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