Graphic design legend Ken Cato the subject of Lyndon Jolley's Archibald Prize entry

Chris Pedler
By Chris Pedler
Updated March 14 2022 - 2:51am, first published March 13 2022 - 5:00pm
CREATIVE EFFORT: Photocopier technician Lyndon Jolley painted a portrait of well-known graphic designer Ken Cato to enter in the Archibald Prize. The portrait is made with a paint developed by Lyndon using toner ink and BondCreate cement. Picture: DARREN HOWE

A PHOTOCOPIER technician who found a use for old toner ink has entered a portrait in Australia's famed Archibald Prize.

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Chris Pedler

Chris Pedler

Journalist and entertainment writer

Chris has been with the Bendigo Advertiser for more than 10 years. He has great passion for the performing arts and is very supportive of the Bendigo live music scene. Outside of the news world Chris plays golf and, regardless of the result, loves watching St Kilda play in the AFL. He loves community theatre and has performed on stage with the Bendigo Theatre Company and worked with Baldrick himself, Tony Robinson. Story tips: chris.pedler@austcommunitymedia.com.au