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 As one of the UK’s leading cartoonists, three times award winner Neil Kerber has been helping bring a smile to the nation for the past 20 years.

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Kerber’s  drawing style has been described as cute, warm, silly, and at times weird, while the jokes have been known to bring a full belly laugh to the reader. Kerber’s cartoons are instantly recognisable, being a regular fixture in Private Eye, The Daily Mirror and various other top publications over the years. Aside from the work he does on his own, Kerber also spends every day with his partner and buddy David Black, creating wonderful cartoons for the Daily Mirror, and developing some great new creations.

Kerber has also recently started painting beautiful large artworks, which are starting to sell.

You can see more at www.gallerykerber.co.uk

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Aside from his joke and strip cartoons, Kerber has been creating fantastic characters, one of whom, Polly Bean, is taking the fashion world by storm. She has worked for Vogue, Harvey Nichols, DKNY, Evian & others, and continues being hired as a top model. See her here on the Vogue website.

Her male supermodel boyfriend OLLIE has also appeared in a shoot for GQ and things are really looking exciting for these leading characters of fashion. You can see more of them at Kerber’s model agency Cartoon Model Management (CMM) www.cartoonmodelmanagement.com.

Neil Kerber was born in London, and has proudly remained a part of North London’s scenery ever since. A devoted father to his two beautiful girls, Kerber spends his days churning out funny cartoons, in the hope that people everywhere will love his work, …and also that he’ll be able to afford to feed, and keep in shoes, the  demanding women in his life.

 

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Kerber’s work is currently appearing in Private Eye, The Daily Mirror, GQ magazine, Vogue.com, Reveal magazine, Netmums, and various other high profile places…

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“Kerber’s Supermodels a very funny, acerbic look at the mad world of fashion”

Ian Hislop, Editor, Private Eye

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