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Comic Art at Comic Con

COMIC ART GOES TO COMIC CON I’ve taken a stand at the upcoming Comic Con in Olympia. It runs from Friday to Sunday, 9am-6pm each day. Come and see what I’ve got to offer! Tickets and details are available here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/london-film-comic-con-summer-2017-tickets-28652934699

Comic Art at Progressive Greetings

Comic Art at The International Greeting Card Show

Comic Art exhibits at The International Greeting Card Show this week Springboard section, Stand 678 Comic Art will be exhibiting to retail customers its entire range of nearly 200 designs at the International Greeting Card Show, organised by Progressive Greetings, this week, at the Business Design Centre in Islington (52 Upper Street, Islington, London N1 0QH). The range […]

Video interview about Comic Art

See my new video interview about Comic Art

Film-maker Jeremy Heslup, who runs the Praemio video channel, has interviewed me about Comic Art. I talk about how I became a screenprinter, why I enjoy it, and the transition from journalist. The film includes shots of me being interviewd at the Reindeer Art Gallery in Kensington Church Street, and also at my studio in Maida […]

Comic art A world without worries: comic art screenprints on show

A world without worries: comic art screenprints on show

A world without worries: exhibition of comic art screenprints Date: 20 February 2017 to 26 February 2017 Opening Times: Mon-Fri 9am-7pm; Sat & Sun 12-4pm Location: The Gallery, Craft Central, 33-35 St John’s Square, Clerkenwell, London, EC1M 4DS Popeye declares: “I don’t know how to worry, so that’s out”. Printmaker John Patrick Reynolds shows his […]

Thelwell's hugging pony available as a medium

Thelwell’s hugging pony available as a medium

This drawing of a little girl and her pony hugging each other is a heart-warming portrait of affection. And, due to popular demand, Thelwell’s hugging pony is now available as a medium. Norman Thelwell is the unofficial chronicler of the British countryside. He is especially well known and loved for his drawings of little girls on pony-back […]

Comic Art at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

Comic Art at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

I’m selling my screenprints at the Dulwich Picture Gallery – the first purpose-built public art gallery in the world – this weekend. The gallery was founded in 1811 when Sir Francis Bourgeois RA bequeathed his collection of old masters “for the inspection of the public”. This weekend there is a Christmas event to which I’ve been […]

Thelwell's race horse at sundown

Six new Thelwell screenprints

I’ve produced six new screenprints based on the drawings of Norman Thelwell. They show the range of Thelwell’s interests, from one of his famous ponies (hugging its chubby little owner) to a dog (also hugging its master, but overpowering it in the process), a cat (asleep but happily plotting something), a race horse in front […]

Comic Art hits the East End

Comic Art hits the East End

Comic Art is coming to the East End. My screenprints will be exhibited at Spitalfields Arts Market from Thursday (November 3) until Sunday (November 6), from 9am – 5pm each day. The exhibition of about a dozen artists is held on Market Street, between Brushfield Street & Crispin Place, London E1 6AA. We’ll be showing – all […]

Three New Thelwells

Three New Thelwells

In collaboration with the Thelwell family, I have issued three screenprints of Norman Thelwell’s pony cartoons. They are “A good all-rounder”, “Bolting Pony” and “Bronco Pony”. I’ve now produced all three in my standard format, which is 26cms x 19cms and for sale on my website for £40 unframed, £70 framed. We have chosen these images because […]

david thelwell

David Thelwell helps me choose new images

I spent last Friday afternoon with artist David Thelwell, son of cartoonist Norman Thelwell, who helped me choose some images from his father’s archive to turn into screenprints. I have picked a few dozen and some of these will be appearing on these pages in due course. Norman Thelwell became the unofficial cartoonist of the […]