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I chase Dennis the Menace

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Portrait photographer Emma Brown has taken a photograph of me joining in the chase for Dennis the Menace. It’s going to form part of a show at the Royal Society of Arts at some stage but I don’t know when. I’ll let you know in due course. In the meantime, here is the image. I […]

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Exhibition garners media attention

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My show in Clerkenwell, which lasts until Sunday November 1, has been attracting attention in newspapers, magazines and websites. The Hamstead and Highgate Express was first out of the traps, with this interview. http://www.hamhigh.co.uk/etcetera/books/why_did_britain_take_the_baddie_dennis_the_menace_to_our_hearts_1_4255897 Then Short List magazine ran a piece in its to-do section, out last Thursday. Today Square Mile, a website about events […]

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Chasing Dennis the Menace – exhibition of new work

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Date: 26 October 2015 to 1 November 2015 Monday-Friday 9am until 7pm Saturday-Sunday 11am until 4pm At The Gallery, Craft Central, St John’s Square, Clerkenwell, EC1M 4DS Please come along to my exhibition of handmade, limited edition screenprints featuring classic comic characters such as Dennis the Menace, Desperate Dan, The Bash Street Kids, Minnie the […]

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The very first Oor Wullie and The Broons panels

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I’ve printed the very first panels of Oor Wullie and The Broons, published in the Sunday Post, Dundee, on March 8, 1936 by DC Thomson. I’m issuing them now to celebrate the characters’ 80th anniversary. As ever, the paper I’ve used is mould-made cotton paper milled in Somerset and the editions are limited to 200. […]

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Comic Art in the East End

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Comic Art heads east Comic Art is back in the East End next week, with a four-day visit to Spitalfields. We’ll be showing – all our new ranges for Christmas – new colour block prints for your house – your old favourites Our stand is in the Arts Market, just off Brushfield Street, London E1 […]

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