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London Laughs

To be opened by London Mayor Ken Livingstone, this Exhibition consists of original cartoons, featuring either London landmarks or issues affecting London, from the likes of James Gillray through to today's leading cartoonists like Steve Bell, Dave Brown, Martin Rowson and Peter Brookes. On view, for example, will be Sir David Low's view of Covent […]

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Comic strips for iPod owners

You can read comics on your iPod, thanks to Clickwheel.Clickwheel has developed new RSS-based technology to let owners of colour-screen iPods subscribe to digital comics, in the same way as they subscribe to a podcast. The software costs $24.95, and the company has also released several episodes from its current series of comics for users […]

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Don’t Lose it again!?

The War-Time cartoons of Philip Zec3 May ? 8 August 2005Philip Zec was the greatest and most controversial cartoonist of the Second World War. This exhibition will include the originals of his two most famous cartoons, ?The Price of Petrol?, which almost led to the Daily Mirror being banned by Prime Minister Winston Churchill when […]

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