Books of Cartoons

Private eye a cartoon historyPrivate eye a cartoon history by Newman, Nick –Edited by ‘Private Eye’ cartoonist Nick Newman, this is a hilarious celebration of five decades of classic comic art. It features over 1500 cartoons in total, including some of the funniest and most influential, as well as those which have been forgotten over the years

 WWI in cartoonsWWI in cartoons by Bryant, Mark –In an age before TV and radio the impact and importance of cartoon art was immense, especially when the only sources of information were silent cinema newsreels, posters, newspapers and books – all largely black and white. This text examines cartoons from both sides of the conflict

  My Sunday best: 101 curious contemplations on modern life by Pritchett, Oliver, author; Matt, illustrator. A witty compendium of musings on modern life from two of Britain’s best-loved humourists: Oliver and Matt Pritchett

 The best of Matt 2013 – Matthew Pritchett, three times winner of the UK Press Awards Cartoonist of the Year, presents a selection of his Matt cartoons taken from the Daily Telegraph

The best of Punch cartoons in colour by Walasek, Helen. ‘The Best of Punch Cartoons in Colour’ is the biggest collection of colour cartoons ever released from the original humour magazine that first published in 1841

 

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