Galway Cartoon Festival Programme Now Live!

galway cartoon festival 2020 programme poster

Galway Cartoon Festival 2020: the full GCF 2020 programme is now live. I am a founding member of the Festival and this year I have selected the works for the main exhibition, The New Normal. It was a massive task with over 400 works submitted, and you could literally throw a dart at the map … Read more Galway Cartoon Festival Programme Now Live!

Gender Reveal Parties

gender reveal party fire cartoon

Gender Reveal Party Cartoon by Allan Cavanagh. “A fire sparked by a pyrotechnic device used during a gender reveal party [in California] has burned more than 10000 acres since Saturday.” [Source] I’m caricature artist Allan Cavanagh and I have been creating unique caricatures from photos as gifts and presents delivered all over the world for … Read more Gender Reveal Parties

Galway Cartoon Festival 2020: Help Us Happen!

cartoon festival logo web 02The Galway Cartoon Festival is 4 this year. Despite the pandemic we are still planning to host a physical exhibition.
Our ability to fund-raise has been severely curtailed.

If you’ve ever enjoyed an editorial cartoon please bung us a fiver.
https://fundit.ie/project/galway-cartoon-festival-2020

via Galway Cartoon Festival 2020: Help Us Happen! – Galway Cartoon Festival

Cartoons for an Instruction Manual 📖

good affinity roadmaster cartoon

Cartoons are excellent at keeping the attention of the reader and getting your message across in a fun way. They’re completely customisable and you can create scenes that would be expensive or even impossible to set up for a photo shoot. This is a series of cartoons I completed for a user manual for a … Read more Cartoons for an Instruction Manual 📖

Drawing your attention: Four Centuries of Political Caricature #TCDToons

The Lobby of the House of Commons Liborio Prosperi 1886 1

I helped launch the exhibition Drawing your attention: Four Centuries of Political Caricature on Friday night in the Long Room, Trinity College Dublin. I drew live caricatures of the invitees and the exhibition was formally launched by Mary Robinson. It was quite the venue to get to draw in! Trinity Library is in possession of the Nicholas Robinson collection of some 2400 political cartoons, gifted by the former cartoonist himself.

An exhibition of four centuries of political cartoons opened at the Library of Trinity College Dublin this week. ‘Drawing your attention: Four Centuries of Political Caricature’ includes the Library’s own collections, with originals from its extensive 18th and 19th century collection gifted by Nicholas Robinson, alumnus, writer, lawyer and former cartoonist. The contemporary works in the exhibition are on loan from freelance artist, Martyn Turner, who is best associated with The Irish Times.

via Four centuries of political cartoons go on display in Trinity Library exhibition – Trinity News and Events

The Lobby of the House of Commons Liborio Prosperi 1886
The Lobby of the House of Commons – Liborio Prosperi 1886