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Tribute to Asterix creator Albert Uderzo

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Tribute to Albert Uderzo, Asterix draughtsman, from his colleagues, after his death at the age of 92

 

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HAPPY GNASHER GOES BIG

Posted by John Reynolds on

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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New portrait of Dennis the Menace

Posted by John Patrick Reynolds on

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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Popeye: Heavenly man

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A flapper calls Popeye a heavenly man. Once again, Popeye is astonished by the attention he’s getting. And I have to say, heavenly is an interesting word to use – it makes me wonder what exactly it is that this elegantly dressed woman sees in the great man. But who is this flapper? And where is Olive? […]

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Showtime for Comic Art in central London

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I am showing my new screenprints at an exhibition in central London – please come along to have a look if you can. The exhibition – at The Showcase, St John’s Square in Clerkenwell, 33-35 Saint John’s Square, London EC1M 4DS – features a wall of recentrly-designed and printed medium-sized screenprints. These include medium-sized versions of– Dennis the […]

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