More from Brain Damage here, now - a round-up of Kevin Woodcock's numerous contributions over the issues. Kevin Woodcock as in the Leicester-based cartoonist, who did a ton of stuff for Private Eye, Punch, The Oldie, Knave, Fiesta and so on, right up until his death in 2007, at the age of 64. There's a lot of that sense of "not-quite-right" about his cartoons, certainly - disquieting surreality and all that. I'm trying to sound like an "art critic" here, and it's not working, but I like what I like and I like these a lot.
Like what you see? New to Woodcock? There's LOADS of his stuff available in "book" form - search your favourite book shop/online retailer for such titles as City Rules OK, You Are Here, Private Eye Cartoon Library: Kevin Woodcock, The Penguin Book of Private Eye Cartoons, and probably/possibly Private Eye: A Cartoon History - there's over a thousand cartoons in that thing, apparently, so you'd expect Woodcock to have at least a couple of dozen in there.