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  • Comic Art Asterix silhouette

    Asterix, Obelix and Dogmatix in silhouette (dark blue)

    £ 135.00£ 185.00
  • Popeye: Heavenly man

    Popeye: Heavenly man

    £ 40.00£ 74.00
  • Thelwell's 'Good all-rounder'

    Thelwell’s ‘Good all-rounder’

    £ 40.00£ 195.00
  • Dennis the Menace in red

    Dennis the Menace’s face on red

    £ 40.00£ 340.00
  • Asterix Obelix and Dogmatix in silhouette

    Asterix, Obelix and Dogmatix in silhouette (light blue)

    £ 40.00£ 185.00
The Dandy and the Beatle-mice

Korky the Cat and the Beetle-mice NEW SALE ITEM!

NEW SALE ITEM! Dandy favourite Korky the Cat plays with the Fab Four Beetle-mice. Remember, the Beetles were at their hey day in the early 1960s, the date of this front cover, so it represents a fusion of two giants of popular culture. This is a four-colour screenprint, with green created by overlapping blue and […]

Desperate Dan recycles paper

Desperate Dan recycles paper

NEW SCREENPRINT ON SALE – A THIRD OFF! Desperate Dan is environmentally conscious – and recycles paper. This strip appeared during the Second World War, and could be seen as part of the national effort to conserve resources in the battle against Nazism. Dan made his appearance in the first issue of The Dandy – […]

Gnasher behind bars

Gnasher behind bars

NEW SALE SCREENPRINT – JUST TWO LEFT Gnasher is behind bars but seems strangely cheerful. Gnasher is, of course, the companion of Dennis the Menace. Dennis, the star of The Beano comic, first appeared in 1951. He has since become a kind of national mascot – what Asterix is to France, or Oor Wullie is […]

Dennis the Menace wants a raygun

Dennis the Menace wants a raygun

NEW SALE ITEM – ONE THIRD OFF Dennis the Menace wants a raygun from his father. And is refused. As if it were a serious request, and was actually in Dad’s gift, along the lines of asking for another catapult. Dennis the Menace, the star of The Beano comic, first appeared in 1951. He has […]

Dennis sells Gnasher for a fiver

Dennis the Menace sells Gnasher for a fiver

NEW SALE ITEM – ONE THIRD OFF Dennis the Menace sells his beloved companion Gnasher for a fiver. No doubt he’s got some scheme to retrieve the hound afterwards. And he seems to have found a gullible American buyer (complete with large checked jacket) to make the purchase. But Gnasher does seem to be very […]

Dennis pulls nine faces

Dennis the Menaces pulls faces

NEW SALE ITEM – ONE THIRD OFF Dennis the Menace pulls nine faces as he goes through his extensive gurning repertoire. Dennis the Menace, the star of The Beano comic, first appeared in 1951. He has since become a kind of national mascot – what Asterix is to France, or Oor Wullie is to Scotland. […]

Asterix, Obelix and Dogmatix on the march

Asterix, Obelix and Dogmatix on the march

I’ve produced two new, tall, thin screenprints of Asterix, Obelix and Dogmatix in silhouette – this time on teal backgrounds. The first one is of Asterix alone. The other is of Obelix and his hound. I love the colour I’m using here – and the fact that most of the screenprints is just plain ink […]

at the current Asterix exhibition at the French cinema archive La Cinematheque Francaise. 

Comic Art at the cinema

COMIC ART’S ASTERIX SCREENPRINTS ON SALE IN PARISIAN FILM MUSEUM I’m delighted to say that my screenprints and greetings cards are available at the current Asterix exhibition at the French cinema archive La Cinematheque Francaise. The show opened earlier this month and runs until March. Goscinny et le cinéma : Astérix, Lucky Luke et Cie – […]

krazy-kat-worm-small

Krazy Kat recognised as high art

Krazy Kat is being celebrated at a prestigious art-gallery exhibition in Madrid. The comic genius of Kat-creator George Herriman – creator of the influential US newspaper comic strip Krazy Kat – is examined with dozens of original strips and drawings. The show, at the Reina Sofia, runs to several large rooms and runs through Herriman’s […]

Sunday Times on Comic Art

Comic Art in The Sunday Times

A photograph of my three-piece screenprint WOW recently featured in the Sunday Times, in an article about investing in art. Journalist Alix O’Neill has bought one of the triptyches for her home. She has used it as an illustration for her page-lead piece about how to choose art. The caption reads: “O’Neill at home with […]