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caricature of BBC Radio Nottingham's Karl Cooper
BBC Radio Nottingham's Karl Cooper has been given the cartoon treatment on Broad Street in Nottingham.
Local cartoonists have been drawing giant caricatures on Broad Street - they've also cleverly depicted a certain BBC Radio Nottingham presenter...
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The boarded-up windows of the former Exchange Building on Broad Street have been brightened up with some cartoons, including one of BBC Radio Nottingham's Karl Cooper.

The caricatures form part of the preparation for the second Big Grin Cartoon festival on 12th and 13th July.

The larger than life cartoons are based on the themes of the festival, ranging from religion and war to film and Viz cartoons.

Exchange Building, Broad Street
This is how is the area looked before the cartoonists got to work.
Exchange Building, Broad Street
Cartoonists put the finishing touches to their caricatures on the side of the Exchange Building.
giant cartoon of Peter Jackson and Elvis
This board shows one of the film theme of the festival.
giant cartoon of George W Bush
.And this one depicts the war and religion theme...
giant cartoon of BBC Radio Nottingham's Karl Cooper
This board depicts Karl Cooper reading the news from his bed... I bet he wishes he could!
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