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Artist's Profiles

Albert Rusling

Albert Rusling was born in Liverpool in 1944. After nine years in advertising he became a freelance cartoonist/illustrator in 1968. He has appeared regularly over the last 35 years in many of the country’s leading national magazines and newspapers. His books include; ‘The Mouse and Mrs Proudfoot’, ‘The Criminals Bumper Fun Book’ and a range of educational publications. He has illustrated books for many other authors.

John Donegan

John Donegan was one of the U.K.‘s leading and most popular cartoonists. For period of over of 25 years he has graced our leading humour magazines. He has created many national advertising campaigns. His books include; ‘For Dogs Sake’, Dog Almighty’ etc. He retired and lived in France.

Mike Williams

Mike Williams resides on the Wirral peninsular. He has been a professional cartoonist for over thirty eight years. Mike has drawn for almost every major national magazine and many of our national newspapers over that period. He has published and illustrated numerous books. Mike Williams is considered to be one of the world’s most important cartoonists and his work is ‘sought after’ internationally.

Bill Stott

Bill Stott is a long established and highly regarded U.K. and international cartoonist. His work has appeared regularly over the years in many of our national magazines and newspapers. Bill has had more than thirty cartoon books published on a vast variety of subjects and is one of our finest after dinner speakers.

Steve Best

Steve Best lives in Liverpool and has been a full-time cartoonist since 1999 contributing to a whole range of national and international publications. His bold and unique style is immediately recognisable. His greetings cards are now amongst the most successful in the market place reflecting the popularity of his humour and drawing style.

Bill Tidy

Bill Tidy was born in Cheshire and later moved to Liverpool. He joined the army in 1952 spending three years in Germany, Korea and Japan. He became a freelance cartoonist in 1957 and has been a regular contributor to almost every important magazine and newspaper in the country. Bill has produced a string of successful books and his humour has influenced almost every other cartoonist.

Pete Williams

Pete Williams was born in Liverpool in 1937 and has been freelancing as a cartoonist for over forty five years. His distinctive drawings have always been popular with art editors and editors alike and his work has appeared in a vast number of national publications. Pete has been awarded numerous awards in the U.K. and aboard.

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