Mrs Vivien Preston
Oliver Preston has been drawing cartoons for 25 years and draws weekly cartoons for Country Life Magazine. His work has been published in the Beano and the Dandy, Paris Match, The Times, The Guardian, The Independent, Punch Magazine, The Spectator and he drew regularly for the Field Magazine. His work has been published in over 20 books, and he has held one man exhibitions at the Fine Art Society and the Mall Galleries in London. Preston is chairman of the Cartoon Museum in London, which he co-founded in 2006, and he set up the Cartoon Art Trust Awards in 1995 recognising the very best of British cartooning.
His greeting cards cover town and country themes, skiing, shooting, tennis, drink and dogs - they are beautifully drawn with a distinctive style, and keen social observation. There is a classic range and more recently a contemporay range of cards. The business is based just outside Tetbury in the Cotswolds, and greeting cards are printed in the UK (Gloucestershire and Nottingham) and other products such as place mats, mugs and tea towels are manufactured in Lincolnshire and Suffolk.
You can speak with Vivien or Jessica directly on 01666 502638 and you can order cards online at a trade website.