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HAPPY GNASHER GOES BIG

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I’ve printed this image of Gnasher grinning his biggest grin in my largest size. Dennis the Menace’s faithful hound is obviously having a good day. 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 […]

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SALE: Dennis the Menace for less

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I have reduced the price of selected Dennis the Menace prints by 25%, so the price falls from £40 to £30 per 26cms x 19cms print or £135 to £95 for a medium sized print. Dennis the Menace, the star of The Beano comic, first appeared in 1951. He has since become a kind of […]

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New portrait of Dennis the Menace

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Dennis the Menace has one of the most recognisable faces in Britain. That chaotic shock of hair, that round face, that grin. I like the simplicity and clarity of this screenprint: the black-and-white face, the splash of colour. And he’s also come to be associated with the colour red – the colour of the stripe […]

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Comic Art in the press

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Comic Art’s exhibition of screenprints celebrating 80 years of The Beano has drawn coverage in the local press. The Leicester Mercury, one of the major daily newspapers in the East Midlands, ran this item about the show at the Charnwood Museum in Loughborough, part of the “Loogabarooga” festival of children’s illustrated literature. The show, which […]

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Comic Art show celebrates Beano’s 80th birthday

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Britain’s favourite comic, The Beano, celebrates its 80th birthday this year and Comic Art is marking the occasion with a major exhibition of Beano screenprints. Comic Art has been invited to exhibit at the Loogabarooga Festival in Loughborough, which is celebrating The Beano in its 80th anniversary year. This is described as “an annual event for families who love […]

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