Thursday, June 24, 2010

Writing about other cartoonists

Unlike a lot of cartoonists' blogs, you won't find too much stuff about other cartoonists here. It's all a bit "me me me" isn't it? But there's a reason for that, it's because most of my articles about cartoon exhibitions, events etc appear at The Bloghorn, the online diary of the Professional Cartoonists' Organisation.

If you were to head over there now, you'd find a review of the exhibition Ray Lowry – London Calling, right, which I posted today, plus recent pieces on a Martin Rowson auction and the "Alex" show and an article about a cartoonist's football song.

This week I'll be seeing the Modern Toss exhibition, so I may well post something about that on The Bloghorn too.


  1. Hi Royston- I went to the Ray Lowry exhibition today- I loved his stuff when I was an Indie Kid (albeit an old one) NME reader.
    Popped into the Modern Toss one too, seeing as it was just round the corner from the Lowry- I’m a fan, but wasn’t sure how it could justify an exhibition- still not convinced having seen it.

  2. Agreed, the Modern Toss show was slight. More of a shop than an exhibition! A way to flog prints, books etc. Still, it was marketed as a museum of "Shit-Naks", so, as the Drive-By Abuser might say, "Fair play to them, yeah?"

    I got the Drive-By Abuser "Collected Thoughts" book, it's laugh-out-loud funny. Profane poetry.



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