Glasgow Arms Fair
Up in Flames
In her Cartoon of the Week, Lorna Miller (@mistressofline) reflects on the fire last Friday (15 June) at the world famous Mackintosh building in Glasgow, during a costly renovation of the Glasgow School of Art building from the previous fire in 2014.
See last week’s Cartoon of the Week here.
Read Miller’s reflections on her time as a student at the Glasgow School of Art here.
My memories of Glasgow School of Art
Lorna Miller, CommonSpace artist-in-residence and former student at the Glasgow School of Art, gives her memories of the world famous institution, which has been rocked by a second fire in the past four years on Friday [15 June] which may have damaged the building beyond repair
IT JUST wasn’t the same.
'I don't think there is support for a second referendum at all'
In this week’s cartoon, Lorna Miller (@mistressofline) looks at Tory minister Michael Gove’s recent comments about the desire for an independence referendum, two and a half weeks after the biggest march for independence in living memory.
CHECK out last week’s cartoon here.
God bless the United States of America
Lorna Miller (@MistressofLine) begins a new weekly satirical cartoon on CommonSpace, and introduces herself below.
I'VE been dipping pen in ink for over 25 years. I was the first Scottish woman to have my comic stories published in the US before graphic novels became popular.
For 15 years I was a colourist and illustrator for Britain’s best selling children’s comics including: Thomas & Friends, Toxic and Moshi Monsters.
As the EU Withdrawal Bill is rammed through the House of Commons with 15 minutes of debate and no Scottish MPs speaking, sparking a walkout of SNP MPs the following day, Lorna Miller (@mistressofline) looks at the consequences for the Union.
Click here to see Lorna’s cartoon of the week last week.