Original black and white pen cartoon artwork for the Solicitor's Journal.

Patrick Blower (born 1959), English cartoonist, the London Evening Standard's political cartoonist, 1997-2003 [Solicitor's Journal; City of London; original cartoon artwork]
Publication details: 
Signed 'Blower '91'. [1991]
SKU: 6530

Dimensions of image 19 x 15.5 cm. On piece of paper 29 x 21 cm. Very good, with unobtrusive pencil and ink marks in the white space above the image. Taped to backing board and with discoloured paper cover. Shows a dorkish figure wearing a baseball cap marked 'C.S.T.', which has two small televisions on springs over the ears. He has a t-shirt over his suit carrying the message 'GOT ANY MORE USELESS GIZMO'S FOR ME?', and carries two bags, one marked 'COMPUTER SOFTWARE STAND 15' and the other 'TKO COMPUTERS TRY US', as well as a teddy-bear under his arm marked 'L.L.T.' He walks between two booths with signs reading 'EXHIBITION | STANDS', from which a bemused man and toothy grinning woman observe him. From a collection of cartoons produced by Blower in the early nineties for the 'Solicitor's Journal' (details of others available on application).