Monday, September 30, 2013

A place in A Cartoon History


I've got three cartoons in the new coffee table book Private Eye: A Cartoon History, including this lemmings joke from earlier in the year.

It's a thumping great doorstep of a book, so make sure your coffee table is sturdy.


Waterstones took a unique approach to displaying the book, above. I'm fine with the "silly drawings" bit, but Private Eye might question the "pretend newspaper" part, bearing in mind how many genuine news stories they've broken over the years.

Last week I went along to the launch of the book where they got the assembled cartoonists drunk so they could take this photo. I'm in there somewhere. At the centre are the Eye editor Ian Hislop and the cartoonist Nick Newman, who edited the book.

Click to enlarge. Photo © Philippa Gedge


We all wore name badges. Here's mine. Luckily, as a cartoonist I am only known by my first name!

7 comments:

  1. You look remarkably sober, actually!

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  2. You look remarkably sober, actually!

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  3. It’s on my Chrimbo list!

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    1. Make sure you put up an XXL thick stocking ;)

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  4. That photo needs to be tagged! I recognise a few old favourites but it would be good to put a few more names to faces.

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    1. Tagged? This ain't Facebook, you know? ;) Can't remember if you're in the PCO, Simon, but most of the people in the photo (but not all) have been identified in a thread on the forum there.

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