Brian (H.B.) White (born 1902; died 1984) was a British cartoonist, creating 'The Nipper' for the Daily Mail between 1933 and 1947.Both 'Keyhole Kate' and 'Double Trouble' ran in London's Evening Standard.Early in his career he forged links with Sid Griffiths, who had developed Jerry the Tyke and brought in White who had been one of the team of animators on the 1924 film of George E. Studdy's character Bonzo the dog. They latterly formed the company Griffiths and White in 1929, working from an office in the Charing Cross Road, London, initially producing animated advertisements for Superads where Carl Giles was first employed. Griffiths and White continued throughout the 1930s, eventually working at Anson Dyer's Anglia Films Stroud-based studio which was later taken over by Halas & Batchelor for the development of Animal Farm.In collaboration with cousin Harold White, B&H Publications produced George Bernard Shaw Through The Camera in 1948.Brain White worked for a year in 1952/3 on the first feature cartoon (75 minutes) Animal Farm, based on George Orwell's novel of the same name. An associate here was Sid Griffiths, with whom he had first collaborated 30 years earlier.He is the grandfather of British sculptor Jon Edgar. White died at Rustington, West Sussex in 1984.