Bromhead, Peter, 1933-

Deighton (Pseudonym), 1933-

Cartoonist for the Dominion, Urbus and Waikato Business Monthly. Cartoonist for the Auckland Star for 15 years starting in the 1970s. Head of Bromhead Design, furniture importers and commercial interior designers, with outlets in Auckland, Wellington, Sydney and Hong Kong. First cartoon was published in the New Zealand Listener in 1954. MNZM HonFID FDINZ. Draws editorial and pocket cartoons for The Auckland Herald, The Herald on Sunday, and The Marlborough Express. He also writes and illustrates weekly for The Auckland Herald Business supplement. His work also appears on international sites. In 2001 He was awarded the Prince Hendrik Medal of Honor for his services to design. In 2010 he was made a Life Fellow of The Designer's Institute and in 2011 he was made an Honorary Fellow of Industry Design by the Waiariki Institute. He is a former finalist of the Ernst &Young Entrepreneurial Awards and The Benson & Hedges Art Award. He has published 10 books including 3 children's books. He is currently working with Stanford University co-ordinating the opening of a centre of innovation and design excellence in Taupo. Bromhead is a Company Director of Bromhead Design and Graphenzo Publishing Limited, publishing work on Amazon Kindle. He resides in Auckland. He was described by Richard Long, former Editor of The Dominion Post, as probably the best pocket cartoonist operating in the British Commonwealth.

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Date: 1984 By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Auckland star (Newspaper) Ref: A-336-117 Description: Shows a man returning home from work to find his wife sitting in an armchair with a glass of wine and a cigarette. Refers to the Cleaner's Union pay dispute ...
Date: 1986 By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Auckland star (Newspaper) Ref: A-362-058/083 Description: Cartoons on New Zealand and international political and social issues. Quantity: 26 original cartoon(s). Physical Description: Black ink on card, sizes vary.
Date: 1976 By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Auckland star (Newspaper) Ref: A-347-001/047 Description: Political cartoons and caricatures. Quantity: 47 original cartoon(s). Physical Description: Ink on card, various sizes. Provenance: Donated by the artist ...
Date: 1985 - 1988 By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Auckland star (Newspaper) Ref: A-331-141/159 Description: Political cartoons Negatives at PA Collection 5371 Bromhead Collection Quantity: 17 original cartoon(s). Physical Description: Ink on card, various sizes....
Date: 1982 By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Auckland star (Newspaper) Ref: A-336-089 Description: Two men talking in a pub. One reads a newspaper with the headline - 'Police retirement at 40?'. Relates to a recommendation made by the State Services Commis...
Date: 1989 By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Auckland star (Newspaper) Ref: A-225-249/273 Description: Cartoons on New Zealand political and social issues. Quantity: 25 original cartoon(s). Physical Description: Black ink on card, approximately A5 in size.
Date: 1978 By: New Zealand National Party; Bromhead, Peter, 1933- Ref: Eph-A-NZ-NATIONAL-1978-02 Description: An election pamphlet promoting Robert Muldoon as prime minister. The inside has paragraphs on inflation, overseas trade, unemployment, savings, and a warning...
Date: 1981 By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Auckland star (Newspaper) Ref: A-330-057/076 Description: Political cartoons Negatives at PA Collection 5371 Bromhead Collection Quantity: 20 original cartoon(s). Physical Description: Ink on card, various sizes....
Bromhead, Peter, 1933- :Beauty is in the eye of the beholder... Auckland Star, 6 December 1975.
Date: 1983 By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Auckland star (Newspaper) Ref: A-314-1-018 Description: The leader of the New Zealand National Party, Robert Muldoon, as an artist turning a painted landscape of flowers sunlit by 'Rowling's borrowed sunshine' int...
Date: 1980 - 1984 By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933- Ref: B-126-017 Description: Shows Robert Muldoon the prime minister at left lighting a cigar with 21% written on it, while at right, a shabbily dressed figure labelled "The rest of us"...