London School of Economics - Spitting images

September 17, 2009

Drawings by some of the UK's leading political cartoonists have been unveiled at the London School of Economics. The works, most of which were published in the 1990s, include caricatures of politicians as well as images exploring LSE's role in contemporary society. Artists represented include Raymond Jackson (aka "Jak"), Wally Fawkes (aka "Trog"), Peter Brookes, James Ferguson and Martin Rowson, as well as work by Peter Clarke depicting the relations between academia, politics and society. They will be on permanent display in the staff dining room.

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