Remembering Spitting Image

  • 11 Mar 2014
  • 4:20 PM - 5:30 PM
  • 35 Little Russell Street, Camden, London WC1 2HH United Kingdom

Do you remember watching Spitting Image during the 80s? If so why not relive funny memories of this unique satirical puppet show and join us at the Cartoon Museum’s great new exhibition.

This exhibition looks at the partnership between artists Peter Fluck and Roger Law, whose talent for three-dimensional caricature formed the bedrock for the complex creation that would become Spitting Image. It includes images of the satirical sculptures created by ‘Luck and Flaw’ in the 70s and 80s for magazines such as National Lampoon, The Sunday Times Magazine. Featured are Spitting Image caricature drawings and photographs of Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson, Kate Moss, the Royal Family and Margaret Thatcher’s cabine-to name a few. Also on show will be ceramic teapots of Margaret Thatcher, Royal eggcups, books and magazines, dog chews and other ephemera.
Don’t miss out, come along and spend an hour enjoying some laugh out loud moments.
Meet our host at the main entrance at 4.20pm, please bring your ticket and membership card with you to gain entrance into the Cartoon Museum.

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