David LangdonOBE (24 February 1914 – 18 November 2011) was an English cartoonist. Born in London, he worked from 1931 in the Architects Department of London County Council, working on his professional qualifications while drawing cartoons as a sideline. In 1937 he was invited to contribute to Punch.
After the war he became a freelance cartoonist, contributing to Punch, The New Yorker and the Daily Mirror. He also had a long association with Wycombe Wanderers football club, where he was a Life Member. His cartoons have featured on official Christmas cards sent by the club.
Langdon died on 18 November 2011 after a period of ill health. He is survived by his wife, three children and eight grandchildren.