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His gags appear daily in the Financial Times. He has worked for Private Eye, the New Statesman and Punch. His strips have appeared in the Daily Express, Oink! and Toxic.

Banx’s books include ‘Cubes’,  'The Many Deaths of Norman Spittal' (Signed copies available from Amazon), ‘Big Fat Sleepy Cat’ and ‘The Dewsburys’. He’s made 156 short films based on ‘The Many Deaths of Norman Spittal’.

For ten years he’s designed  giant floats for the Carnaval in Nice.

In 2008, and again in 2013,  he was awarded the Cartoon Art Trust pocket cartoonist of the year award .

No assignment is too big or too small. National and international news organisations, commercial clients and private individuals regularly commission him. Contact him for a quote.

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Latest News

    -Banx, November 2013 Exhibiting Financial times and Private Eye cartoons at Illustration Cupboard 22 Bury St St James’s London SW1 6AL. Exhibition starts on Wednesday 20th November.

    -Banx, February 2013  FT section updated with cartoons for January.

    -Banx, January 2013  ‘The Many Deaths of Norman Spittal’ available on Amazon, individually signed by Banx with personalised message on request.

    -Banx, January 2013 Started tweeting for the first time. For new cartoons,  thoughts, photos and other  oddities go to @banxcartoons

    - Banx,  18 December 2012 Quick update on the Meridian School Paralympics Xmas cards. Due to unprecedented demand they’ve all sold out. Thanks to everyone who bought them.

    - Banx, December 2012 For the fourth year running I have had the honour of doing the Xmas cards for Meridian Primary School Greenwich, where my 9 year old daughter Lulu goes to eat chips. All profits go to Meridian School.

    Last year we did the Olympics and this year its the Paralympics. They’re supported by Ellie Simmonds and numerous paralympics teams all over the world as far away as New Zealand. You can buy them from http://meridiancards.blogspot.co.uk/ but I’m told they’re selling quite fast so buy now to avoid disappointment.

    - Banx, December 2012 On Monday December 3rd  awarded pocket cartoonist of the year 2012 by the Cartoon Art Trust. So much rejoicing in the Banx household.