One: Roger Kettle and Andrew Christine offer up Horace in a romantic mood at The Mirror.
Two: Leo Cullum in the New Yorker sums up global activity, without words.
Three: Mac in the Daily Mail offers a note of sympathy to the afflicted in the UK: “I keep worrying how poor Carol Thatcher is getting on.”
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Dish has been widely published in Private Eye, The Spectator, Punch, The Daily Express, The Guardian, The Oldie and in many trade and professional publications including Financial Advisor, Medican Publishing, Save and Prosper and Scottish Banker. He specialises in one-line jokes and in “interpreting” written articles.
Bloghorn asked him how he started out as a cartoonist:
Well, I was always one of those children who drew “cartoons” on the back of my maths book rather than listening to the teacher explaining the Pythagoras Theorem, so I guess that was the start.
After five years at Art College painting pictures that were going to change the world, I took up teaching in order to pay the rent. I met a certain David McKee, he of Mr.Benn and Elmer the Elephant fame. We shared a flat and I discovered he had started cartooning. He was a big influence on me. Then I got married and within months my wife was expecting, so in order to boost funds I sent some cartoons to The Daily Mirror and sold one for £5 … never looked back after that!
Bloghorn’s interview with Dish will be running here for the next four Fridays – or you can check out our previous featured cartoonists in the links on the right hand side of this page.
February 6, 2009 1 Comment