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Latest from the blog

Cartoonists freed!

May 4, 2016 in General

Atena Farghadani (right) and her mother celebrate Iranian artists Atena Farghadani and Hadi Heidari have been released Atena Farghadani was freed from Evin prison on Tuesday, May 3, 2016. Speaking to CRNI, Ms. Farghadani expressed her utmost appreciation of Cartoonists Rights Network International and all organizations, cartoonists and activists who have supported her throughout her incarceration and given a voice…

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Oh, we do like to be beside the seaside…

May 3, 2016 in General

Noel Ford writes: In 2014 a small expeditionary force of cartoonists established a beachhead in Southport’s main shopping precinct from where they proceeded to engage the public with Big Board cartooning and caricaturing. This mini ‘Shrewsbury’ took place as part of the Southport Comedy Festival and turned out to be a big success. This coming…

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Dr. Who materialises at The Cartoon Museum

May 2, 2016 in General

This exhibition of original cover artwork is timed to coincide with the reissue of the iconic Target books. Featuring over 30 pieces, including the covers from six of the new reissues, this is the first time that the artwork has been publicly exhibited. The Time Lord themed exhibition is a veritable who’s who of illustrating…

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Remembering the cartoonists’ cartoonist

April 14, 2016 in Events, General, News

Royston Robertson writes about taking part in a tribute to the late Martin Honeysett at the Cartoon Museum in London: Martin Honeysett is described by Bill Stott as “the cartoonists’ cartoonist” in a foreword to the excellent A Taste of Honeysett book that accompanies the current Cartoon Museum exhibition. So it was fitting that a bunch of…

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