Political cartoons

Political cartoons, political cartoon history, cartoonists, archives; a guide to websites

British Library Newspaper Collection
British Comics Collection

British Cartoon Archive, University of Kent

Cartooning for Peace – Dessins pour la Paix

Political cartoons. com.
Mostly American cartoons; includes other sites.

Cartoon Archives. Political cartoons.

Charlie Hebdo
Charlie Hebdo is a French satirical weekly newspaper, featuring cartoons, polemics and jokes.

History of Political Cartoons
A history of political cartoons from Virginia University.

Political Cartoons.com
Collection of editorial cartoons updated daily and hosted by Slate Magazine.

The Political Cartoon Society, UK

Pulitzer Prizes for Editorial Cartooning, Wikipedia entry.

Spectator cartoons.
Brussels Comic Strip Museum

The Political Cartoon Society
The society’s aim is to promote the ‘political’ cartoon by way of amusing, informing and educating. Cartooning in Britain has an unrivalled heritage going back over many hundreds of years. From Hogarth through Gillray via Will Dyson Low and Vicky to the present day, cartoonists have had a major impact on readers.

Low, David

Low, David. Sir David Alexander Cecil 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. Guardian David Low cartoon exhibition.

David Low
David Low

Rowson, Martin. Martin Rowson political cartoons in The Guardian.

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

Louis XVIII and Napoleon, by Cruickshank
Louis XVIII and Napoleon, by Cuickshank