Like a good lesson plan, this month’s cartoon update has visual, aural and kinaesthetic elements. Look at the gallery, listen to the radio clip and vote for a cartoon. And perhaps buy a book, if you care to.
It’s been a big month. Brexit Day was delayed (to no-one’s surprise) but Brexit the book launched commercially and is now available to buy from all good booksellers. Ironically(?), the launch event itself has been delayed until January.
You can read more about Brexit: A Drawn-Out Process here or, if you’d prefer, listen to my BBC interview on the book at the end of this link (the relevant section of the programme begins at 1.46): https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p07rmqn3
In other news, I was delighted to learn that one of my cartoons made it into the Private Eye Annual 2019 and another has been shortlisted for Pocket Cartoon of the Year at the Ellwood Atfield Political Cartoon Awards. The award is now decided by a public vote so if you would like to take a look at my cartoon and view the other (very, very good entries) you can find them here. Please do cast a vote and share the link.
As usual, a gallery featuring a selection of the cartoons produced during the last month is below this text. If you require anything drawn for yourself or your business please do not hesitate to contact me. Otherwise, I hope you buy a book, vote for a cartoon (preferably, but not necessarily mine) and enjoy the cartoons.