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Cartooning competitions

7th International School Cartoon Festival, Portugal Theme: “freedom”. Separate adult and student categories. Deadline: 30 November. For regulations and registration forms click here  15th International Tourism Cartoons Competition Turkey Theme: Relations between tourists and local people… deadline: 31 December. Link: 63rd Cartoonfestival Knokke-Heist Belgium 2024 Choose your own theme; deadline 31 December. Follow this […]

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Norman Thelwell saves the planet

An exhition at The Cartoon Museum Fri, Apr 28 to  Mon, Sep 4, 2023 10:30-5:30 Published in 1971, The Effluent Society by Norman Thelwell spoke about modern life and how the progress of humanity has led to us having an impact on the world. Many climate experts have struggled to instill the same love for our […]

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The other Zoom

The brilliant cartoon prodigy Zoom Rockman is showing his ‘Jewish Hall of Fame’ between Tuesday 23rd May and Sunday 3rd September 2023. The exhibition is at JW3, 341-345 Finchley Road, London NW3 6ET, and includes not only 80+ caricatures of British cultural icons, but also ten life-size moving articulated figures of people like Amy Winehouse, […]

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Draw the Coronavirus Cartoon eBook

Cartoon Museum publishes fundraising Coronavirus cartoon book

The Cartoon Museum has published a special fundraising eBook entitled #DrawtheCoronavirus: A Cartoon Mini-Challenge from the Mind of Martin Rowson. The eBook collates submissions to a ‘draw the coronavirus’ competition run on Twitter by cartoonist Martin Rowson in April 2020. It contains 193 cartoons by 71 different artists. Featuring artwork by both members of the public and […]

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Happy 60th Birthday to us!

POSTPONED (AGAIN) UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE BECAUSE OF RAIL STRIKES At 2pm on April 1st 1960, two hundred and fifty invited cartoonists crammed into The Feathers Pub just off Fleet Street London and agreed to form The Cartoonists Club, later to be known as The Cartoonist’s Club of Great Britain. Still going strong all these years […]

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