Long ago a fellow named Donald McGill turned out cheeky cartoon postcards for the British public. I did an image Google of his name to honor George Orwell’s essay “The Art of Donald McGill.” The fellow is still remembered and his work is easy to come by on the Web. I also learned that, in discussing his work, British papers will use the same approach as our own “Bang! Pow! Not for Kids Anymore,” as in the Yorkshire Post‘s “Ooh Er, Missus! Saucy Seaside Postcards Still Go for Bust.”