Welcome to Frank Boyle's cartoon website
Frank's latest book Boyling Point 2 is now on sale in bookshops
and online here http://bit.ly/tFMAwx
It features cartoons from 2007-2011 as seen in the Edinburgh Evening News.
Read review here
A double exhibition of original Boyle cartoons at the
Scottish Storytelling Centre in the Royal Mile, Edinburgh in 2012.
April 13th - June 5th.
After a successful run of 18 months at Hampden Park, Glasgow, Frank's exhibition
of football-related cartoons was shown at Smith Gallery in his home town
of Stirling from May 6th. to June 19th. 2011.
Doing his bit for the Auld Alliance, Frank represented Scotland at the
BD Francophone cartoon festival in Tourcoing, France.
He was awarded the Trophée d'Honneur,
pictured with festival organisers Catherine and Sylvain.
Culture minister drawn to cartoon show....
Scotland's culture minister, Linda Fabiani, paid a visit to the Boyling Point exhibition
at the City Art Centre in 2008 in Edinburgh.
Linda, pictured left, enjoyed her visit so much that she bought two cartoons
(with her own money!) This major retrospective of Frank Boyle's cartoons from the Edinburgh Evening News was one of the most popular shows at the venue in recent years.
In conjuction with a photography exhibition, around 48,000 people visited the gallery over a two month period.
Frank's second book, Boyling Point, was published by Argyll Publishing, price £7.99.
This is a collection of cartoons from the Edinburgh Evening News from 2003-2006.
Review from Tribune, the London-based political weekly.
Cartoonist of the Year 2006: Scottish Press
Frank Boyle (right) receives his award for Cartoonist of
at the Scottish Press Awards 2006
Anti M74 motorway Billboard for Friends of the Earth Scotland
at Eglinton Street, Glasgow.
THE CRITICS SAY:
"Frank Boyle is a national treasure"
Susan Deacon, former Scottish Health Minister.
"Consistently the best thing in the Evening News"
Colin Fox, convener of the Scottish Socialist Party.
"His work is unequalled by anyone in Scotland"
Jack McConnell,former Scottish First Minister.
"The only thing worse than being in a Frank Boyle cartoon, is not being in a Frank Boyle cartoon"
Murdo Fraser,deputy leader, Scottish Conservative Party.
Margo MacDonald, independent MSP
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