The Best of Pugh 2012

The Best of Pugh 2012

Paperback
ISBN13: 9780600623342

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With two cartoons a page and over 300 cartoons in all, The Best of Pugh offers hours of entertainment and a satirical look back on the past year. Pugh's work has been compared to the Telegraph's 'Matt' and Metro's 'Brook' and is currently the Mail's daily cartoonist. His exposure within the paper has increased so much that his cartoons feature 3 or 4 times throughout the Daily Mail each day, offering an often immediate satirical reaction to the stories which they appear next to. Pugh's work has gained him a loyal following of news-fiends and cartoon aficionados alike -- making this collection a true must-have for old fans of Pugh -- and a great introduction for new ones, too.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 160
Item Height 14 mm
Item Width 124 mm
Item Weight 99 Gram
Product Dimensions 124 x 14 x 198
Publisher Hamlyn
Format Paperback | 160
Book Overview Jonathan Pugh is the daily cartoonist for The Daily Mail with his illustrations appearing three to four times per day, reaching a readership of over 4,500,000. The Best of Pugh contains 300 of the most satirical and topical comics of the past year, creating a memorable yearbook of 2010 as seen through the eyes of one of Britain's greatest cartoonists.

Jonathan Pugh first studied law -- which presented him with hours of doodling practice. After a brief stint as an art teacher, he began his career as a freelance cartoonist in 1987.In January 2010 he joined the Daily Mail as their daily pocket cartoonist after nearly fifteen years at The Times. He was voted the Cartoon Art Trust Pocket Cartoonist of the Year in 1998, 2000, 2001 and 2007 and was the British Press Awards Cartoonist of the Year in 2001.As well as illustrating several books, his work has also appeared in The Guardian, The Independent, The Observer, Private Eye, Country Life and The Spectator. His work also appears weekly in The Tablet.