Famous cartoonists, history of caricature

Famous cartoonists, history of caricature

Dessins animés; bandes dessinées; Cartoni, fumetti

Caricature, history of *

See also: Political Cartoons

Caricature, history of political cartoons.

National Caricaturist Network
Official site of the National Caricaturist Network- a non-profit association devoted to the art of caricature.

Social network to share, discuss, and promote the art of caricature

Wikipedia entry on caricature.

Cartoon Games.net

Cartoonists; lists and directories of cartoonists *

This image bank is the initiative of 2 Belgian cartoonists and now regroups over 5000 drawings of 66 mainly European artists. The site displays a wide variety of styles, from cartoon style drawings, to pure illustrative work and offers an easy search module by keyword and artist.

Comiclopedia, Lambiek.net. Web directory of comic artists.

Daryl Cagle’s Professional Cartoonists Index

Wikipedia list of cartoonists.

Famous cartoonists *

Adamson, George. George Adamoson
George Adamson, cartoonist for Punch and illustrator for many magazines and books.

Andy Capp (Reg Smythe)

Alain Beaulet

Jones, Chuck. Chuck Jones official site.

Crumb, Robert. Official Robert Crumb Website

Gaimon, Neil. The Sandman, Wikipedia entry.

Neil Gaiman
The official website of Neil Gaiman.Low, David

Low, David. David Low. David Low, 
active throughout the 30s and 40s, was one of Britain’s greatest political cartoonists.

David Low, Wikipedia entry.

David Low. British Cartoon Archive

David Low. National Library of Australia newspaper archive.

Giles, Carl. Carl Giles

Griffin, Charles. Charles Griffin

Scarfe, Gerald. Gerald Scarfe

Searle, Ronald. Ronald Searle

Shrigley, David. David Shrigley
David Shrigley is known for his deliberately crude drawings that make witty observations on everyday life.

Steadman. Ralph. Ralph Steadman

Gavarni, Paul. Paul Gavarni


Spiegelman, Art. Art Spiegelman

Art Speigelman. Wikipedia


The Cartoon Museum, London.
The Cartoon Museum exhibits the very finest examples of British cartoons, caricature, and comic art from the 18th century to the present day.

Cartoon Network
Play hundreds of free games featuring your favorite Cartoon Network characters.

Cartoon Research Library, Ohio State University.
A comprehensive research collection of materials documenting American printed cartoon art.

Cartoon World, UK

Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinee

Centre for the Study of Cartoons and Caricature
The Centre was established in 1973 at the University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom, to collect and preserve British cartoons of social and political comment, and make them freely available for study.

Centro Nazionale del Fumetto – National Centre for Comic Art – Italian Cartoonists.

Chuck Jones official site.

Chuck Jones interview from The Academy of Achievement.

Comic Art Collective
A forum for fans to view and buy original art directly from their favorite alternative comix artists.

Comic Book Resources (CBR).

Comic House, Netherlands.

a searchable gallery of over 3,200 international comic artists with biographies and artwork samples.

Comic book art, graphic novels *

Comics International
A monthly U.K. industry newspaper devoted to comics.

The Comics Journal

Michigan State University Libraries Comic Art Collection
Comic Art Collection Reading Room Index

Comic Art Collective
A forum for fans to view and buy original art directly from their favorite alternative comix artists.

Comic Book Resources (CBR).

Comic House, Netherlands.

Maus, Wikipedia entry.

Comiclopedia, Lambiek,
Comiclopedia, a web directory of comic artists.

Comic strip, Wikipedia entry.

Computer animation *

Computer animation. 
A web directory of computer animation. The Open Directory Project

ExStream Media. 3D Computer animation.