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Links to relevant research, resources and practitioners in the area of documentary illustration and drawn reportage. Links will be added as they become available.

Francis Alys
Interdisciplinary artist exploring urbanity and land based poetics.
Publishing platform for high quality political cartoons and comics journalism. Edited by Tjeerd Royaards and Matt Bors.
Centre for Recent Drawing
Centre for Recent Drawing is London’s museum space for drawing. Since 2004 C4RD has provided a public exhibition space and exhibition series that is independent and non-commercial, and is a member of the Museum Association of the UK.
Paul Davis
Artist, illustrator, writer. Paul works like a journalist, notebook in hand observing our idiosyncrasies. Sometimes Humorous, often bleak portraits and observations.
The Drawing Room
The only public non-profit gallery in the UK and Europe dedicated to contemporary drawing.
Gary Embury
Illustrator, senior lecturer at UWE Bristol and editor of Currently working on reportorial projects.
Simon Faithful
Artist who's practice involves drawing, journeys, and travelling. One project involving the use of a palm pilot to make and distribute a drawing a day from Antarctica.
Paul Gough
Artist, writer and Deputy Vice Chancellor at UWE Bristol, specialising in visual representation and recording conflict.

Grandes Reporters. Com
Great is a site created by professional reporters, journalists and photographers available to anyone who wants to discover a continent, country, region, or learn more about recent history. On line magazine showcasing reportage documentary photography journalism and reportage illustration
Graphic Witness
a site dedicated to social commentary through Graphic imagery by artists working from the turn of the 20th Century to the present.

Anne Howeson
Illustrator, artist and RCA lecturer working on self initiated drawing projects.
This is a space for people that want to know more about interactive documentaries (that we have called “i-docs”). You will find academic and blog references, an archive of existing i-docs and a forum open to discussions about all the possible forms of i-docs.
International Drawing on knowledge research network
Network for artists, academics, educators and others sharing their ideas and research on drawing practices and theories.
Jerwood Visual Arts
The Jerwood drawing prize is the UK’s largest and longest running prize for drawing. The prize aims to support and recognize contemporary drawing practice.
Olivier Kugler
Reportage illustrator working on a wide range of commissioned and self initiated reportorial work.
Veronica Lawlor
Reportage illustrator and artist and member of studio 1482
Yann Le Bechec
Painter, graphic designer and illustrator based in France
Melton Prior Institute
Website research resource on the history of reportage drawing and related techniques of printing.

Julia Midgley
Printmaker, artist focusing on predominantly reportage and documentary drawing projects. Reader in documentary drawing Liverpool John Moores University.

Mario Minichiello
Illustrator and Academic focusing on drawn reportage projects.
Reportage Magazine
Web version of the well known and respected print magazine dedicated to publishing innovative international photojournalism.
Lucinda Rogers
Artist and illustrator working predominantly from life in pen and ink and watercolour within the tradition of artist as reporter.
David Sparshott
London based reportage illustrator.
Felix Topolski
Official war Artist and chronicler of the 20th Century, through 30 years of world history
Drawing and Visualisation Research Centre at Loughborough University
Visual Culture Research Group
VCRG is concerned to explore and analyse all forms of visuality and visual culture. In a period of ‘convergence’ where the boundaries between different practices are becoming increasingly permeable, VCRG provides a meeting point for the development of a wide range of inter- and cross-disciplinary research that challenges conventional ways of thinking and existing subject boundaries.
Robert Weaver
In February 1962, Sports Illustrated sent the illustrator Robert Weaver to cover spring training in Florida. The drawings here are from his sketchbook
XX1 reportage magazine
A French quarterly reportage magazine dedicated to non fiction narrative including journalists photographers and BD artists with contributions from Olivier Kugler and Joe Sacco amongst others. Examples of visual journalism and comic reportage.