Isle of Wight Pulse:
A superb Online Magazine for the Isle of Wight. For all your News, weather, Community, Culture, Events, Photo Galleries etc.The Cartoon Archive
The British Cartoon Archive is located in Canterbury at the University of Kent's Templeman Library. It has a library, archive, and exhibition gallery, and is dedicated to the history of British cartooning over the last two hundred years. The BCA holds the artwork for more than 150,000 British editorial, socio-political, and pocket cartoons, supported by large collections of comic strips, newspaper cuttings, books and magazines. The collection of artwork dates back to 1904 and includes work by Donald McGill, W.K. Hasleden, Will Dyson, Strube, David Low,Vicky, Emmwood, Michael Cummings, Ralph Steadman, Mel Calman, Nicholas Garland, Chris Riddell, Carl Giles, Martin Rowson, and Steve Bell, amongst many others.
The Cartoon Museum: The Cartoon Museum is dedicated to preserving the best of British cartoons, caricatures, comics and animation, and to establishing a museum with a gallery, archives and innovative exhibitions to make the creativity of cartoon art past and present, accessible to all for the purposes of education, research and enjoyment.Chris Beetles Gallery
This large informal gallery in the centre of London's best known art dealing district specialises in over 2 centuries of English art. Chris Beetles who owns the business has been dealing for 25 years, and for 16 years from this location in the heart of St James's. Though firmly established as a watercolour specialist and expert, he also deals significantly in oils in the £2000-£200,000 range. Always McGills in stock.Toonhound
This superb website is the creation of Frazer Diamond, who launched Toonhound in January 2000. It was "started as a bit of fun, really, filla gap on the web for information on British cartoons". Now it's a 700+ page behemoth with 800+ links to keep updated, and new stuff bloating the work load, week-in, week-out.Cartoon Classroom
Provides information for all officially recognised organisations who seek professional cartoonists to lecture and teach. It also provides basic advice and information to any member of the public wanting to study cartoon art, graphic novels, strip illustration and/or the specialised writing skills linked to such work. "We invite colleges, galleries, museums, libraries, and professionals in the fields of cartooning and sequential art, to register with us and supply information for our service. Cartoon Classroom is a non-profit venture, initiated with support from Caption, Oxford's annual small-press comics convention. It is overseen by comics-industry professionals with long-standing experience in educational fields."