23 March – 21 May 2006. In association with the Cartoon Study Centre, University of Kent and Punch E H Shepard's biggest regret in life was agreeing to illustrate Winnie the Pooh for A A Milne as it resulted in all his other work during his lifetime being completely overshadowed. Even though drawing Winnie the […]
Free Comic Book Day is a single day when participating comic book shops across North America and around the world are giving away comic books absolutely free to anyone who comes into their stores. May 6, 2006 Visit the web site for more details and a list of the free comics. http://www.freecomicbookday.com Apparently a list […]
Although still in an early, experimental form, the International Cartoon Virtual Museum is now open at www.cartoonvirtualmuseum.org. YU HUA CHUN, China It is a fascinating site to browse, find Cartooning News and Competitions and to sample work from Cartoonists from all over the world.
FECO (The Federation of Cartoonists' Organisations) is currently running an On-Line exhibition, 'Make Humour – Not War!' at it's web site www.fecoweb.org In this months FECO News Bulletin Malene Pohle, FECO President General says: Though it may seem quite boring to carry on talking about the caricatures of Muhammad it will never be boring to […]
A talk by Alison Bechdel on Cartooning and Feminist Politics, followed by a reception. Alison Bechdel, creator of Dykes to Watch Out For will be a visiting artist at the University of Kent's AHRC Research Centre for Law, Gender and Sexuality on 1st February 2006 at the University of Westminster. 'Pleasures, Sorrows and Ironies: Cartooning […]
26 January – 18 March 2006 Love him or hate him, American President George W. Bush is God's gift to today's political cartoonists. His continual gaffes, awkward dialect, spoonerisms and bloopers are easy pickings for the cartoonists. In Britain, Steve Bell's has been highly successful in metamorphosizing Bush into a gangling dumb-headed ape in the […]