Category Archives: Exhibitions

At Krakow’s Teraz Komiks! exhibition

So excited to visit Teraz Komiks! (Comics Now!) at Krakow’s National Museum last week, and to meet curators Artur Wabik and Tomasz Trzaskalik, who kindly showed me around the exhibition, and some of the delightful city of Krakow as well. … Continue reading

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Save Euston Trees event

Yesterday briefly joined painter Dan Llywleyn Hall ,  Guardian cartoonist Martin Rowson,  film-maker Jane Gull and many other artists in Euston Square Gardens to make drawings of the Gardens’ remaining trees,  soon to be cut down by HS2 to make way for … Continue reading

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SCBWI Pictures at Play exhibition at Half Moon Theatre, Limehouse, London

Last week to the most enjoyable launch of the fabulous SCBWI Pictures at Play exhibition at the Half Moon Theatre in London’s Limehouse district. I was asked to add a spread from The Comic Strip History of Space which I’d illustrated, … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg at the Bank of England Museum again

Briefly called in yesterday to see Jenni Adam, curator of the Bank of England Museum, who commissioned me last year to do some work for the museum’s fab Gold display. Great to see Jenni again, and my illustrations and text on … Continue reading

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How to use handwriting in books, newspapers, comic strips …

I love handwriting!  I very often incorporate it into my drawings – especially of course in comic strips, comic strip books and in my maps.  I generally use a dip pen with a Waverley nib, and Pelikan black ink. At my … Continue reading

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Tintin exhibition at Somerset House, London

A fine start to the year with a visit to a Tintin exhibition  in Somerset House in London, with the added bonus of seeing a Snowy lookalike competition taking place that afternoon,  and  former foreign correspondent and Tintinologist Michael Farr on hand to chat to. … Continue reading

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