Kipper Williams is one of Britain's most popular cartoonists. His work has appeared in publications including the Spectator, the Guardian, Private Eye, the Sunday Times and Country Life.
His book `In or Out?'- Europe in Cartoons' was published by Amberley ahead of the EU Referendum in 2016. He has illustrated a number of books including Bill Bryson's `A Short History of Nearly Everything' and Dr Tanya Byron's `Your Child, Your Way'.
In 2010 at the `Chopin's Smile' exhibition in Warsaw, he won the Duval Foundation Award and the Cartoon Art Trust presented him with the 2013 Joke Cartoonist Award. He was Official Cartoonist at the Port Eliot Festival in 2014 and Festival Cartoonist at the 2016 Cornwall Folk Festival.
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Kipper studied at Leeds University and the Royal College of Art. He exhibits at the Chris Beetles Gallery in London and the London Cartoon Museum. Collectors of his work include Tina Turner and Jeremy Paxman. A full-time cartoonist since the 1970s, he lives and works in central London.