Cartoon drawn for CTC.
Cartoon drawn for CTC.
So sad to hear of yet another cycling fatality in the City of London. Once again a tipper truck was involved. I don’t believe that these vehicles should, in their current form, be in city centres at all, and certainly not during rush hour.
Cartoon drawn for Cyclefox, a cycling network based in London. http://www.cyclefox.com/about-cyclefox/
There is now a small Cycling Cartoons shop, selling cartoon tea towels and the six cartoon canvas prints I had on display at Spin London. You can find it here: Cycling Cartoons Shop. The two tea towel designs are the cartoons below: ‘Bicycles’, and ’20 reasons to love cycling’.
I can send the tea towels anywhere in the world. The canvas prints are UK-only for now, and there is only one of each. Contact me if you have any questions.
I’m going to be taking Cycling Cartoons to the Spin London cycling exhibition in central London from 8-10 May. This is the first time I have exhibited anything at a cycling event, so I’m very excited about it.
There is an interview with me on the Spin London site, here. The video below was made for last year’s event, but it gives a good idea of the kind of things that are at the show.
I will be there meeting people and selling tea towels. Yes, tea towels. I concluded that cyclists need tea towels, like everyone else. And even if they don’t they are good for polishing frames, etc. There will be two tea towel designs. They may or may not be on sale online afterwards, depending how popular they are.
If you can make central London on 8-10 May then perhaps see you there.
Picture: These are my new cards. I am now prepared to meet 999 new people (keeping one as a file copy).
Happy Christmas everyone.
Aside: Do you publish a magazine? I’m looking for a publisher for my cycling cartoons. Please get in touch if interested. More here.
This was drawn mainly for my own benefit, as I’m always forgetting something. You can print off your own copy of this checklist using one of the links below. For best results right click and choose ‘Save Link As’ (or similar, depending on your browser) to save it to your computer.
[Small print. High resolution file supplied for personal non-commercial use only. Links to this are much appreciated as always, but please link to this page rather than directly to the image file. Thank you!]