Scottisch artist Tom Gauld attended the Edinburgh Collage of Art and the Royal College of Art. He has published books like 'Guardians of the Kingdom', '3 Very Small Comics', 'Robots', 'Monsters etc' and 'Hunter and Painter'. In 2001-02 he drew the weekly comic strip 'Move to the City' in the London Time Out. In 2004 he illustrated 'The Iron Man' by Ted Hughes. He has worked together with Simone Lia on the self-published comics 'First' and 'Second'. Gauld makes a weekly cartoon for the Saturday edition of The Guardian. He lives and works in London with his partner, artist Jo Taylor.
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