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Honeysett in Herne Bay

July 28, 2015 in Events, General, News

An exhibition of cartoons by Martin Honeysett, who died in January, is now on in Herne Bay, as part of the cartoon festival. See poster above for details. The work on show covers editorial and gag cartooning and illustration. It includes cartoons for Private Eye, Punch, New Statesman, The Oldie, Radio Times, Sunday Telegraph and…

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Outrage! First Herne Bay Cartoon Festival exhibition opens

July 20, 2015 in Events, General, News

The exhibition Outrage! A brief history of offensive cartoons is now on at the Seaside Museum in Herne Bay, Kent, the first event in the third Herne Bay Cartoon Festival. It includes works from the British Cartoon Archive in Canterbury and features David Low, the infamous Oz schoolkids’ edition, a cartoon Private Eye didn’t dare…

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Alice in Cartoon Land at Cartoon Museum

July 16, 2015 in Events, News

ALICE IN CARTOON Land is the current exhibition at the Cartoon Museum in London. 150 years after the publication of Lewis Carroll’s world famous story about the little girl’s magical adventures with a bewildering array of strange characters and weird experiences, the Cartoon Museum has put up a display organised by writer and broadcaster Brian Sibley,…

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Save the Warsaw Museum of Caricature

July 9, 2015 in News

  THE ASSOCIATION OF Polish Caricaturists is objecting to the merger of the Warsaw Museum of Caricature into the more general Museum of Warsaw. “In our opinion there is no logic to this merger. The uniqueness of the Museum of Caricature depends entirely on its independence as a cultural institution,” says Witold Mysyrowicz for the…

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Draw The Line Here cartoon book launch in London

July 9, 2015 in General, News

DRAW THE LINE HERE, the cartoon book produced by the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation with English Pen and Crowdshed, was officially launched last night at an event hosted by Crowdshed in London. The proceedings were kicked off by Crowdshed owner Henry Freeman who welcomed everyone to the event which has been the culmination of more than…

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Draw The Line Here cartoon book in national press

July 3, 2015 in News

(IMAGE cropped to remove accompanying article about Jimmy Savile play) THE PROFESSIONAL Cartoonists’ Organisation‘s collection of cartoons inspired by the Charlie Hebdo murders has received a very positive review in the UK national newspaper The Morning Star. “Draw The Line Here is a spontaneous response by British political cartoonists to the murderous violation of .…

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