- Steve Bell
Steve Bell is an English cartoonist. His strip Maggie’s Farm appeared regularly in Time Out and City Limits magazines. Since 1981, his strip If has appeared in the Guardian.
Among Bell’s distinctions are the British Press Awards Cartoonist of the Year, the Political Cartoon Society’s Cartoonist of the Year, and the Cartoon Arts Trust Award.
Currently, he lives and works in England.
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