What’s So Funny? – Mason, Andy

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Under the Skin of South African Cartooning

From the flyleaf: “The author embarks on a fascinating journey through the history of South African cartooning, tracing a vigorous lineage of satirical art that begins in the colonial period and continues unabated to this day. Told with an autobiographical slant and based on interviews with most of South Africa’s top cartoonists and satirists, this volume provides a unique glimpse into the world of our visual jesters… and what drives them in their frenzied pursuit of the next laugh.” 248 Pages. Contents clean and tightly bound. 1st Edition. Condition: Very good. No dust jacket. Binding: Softcover. Thick illustrated card. Small 3mm nick to top edge of rear cover. Some light edge-wear to spine with two crease down the spine.

Publisher: Double Storey
Date Published: 2010
Publication Place: Cape Town
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Very good.
Binding: Softcover. Thick illustrated card. Small 3mm nick to top edge of rear cover. Some light edge-wear to spine with two crease down the spine.

Jacket Condition: No dust jacket
Dimensions: 28cm x 24cm x 1.5cm

Additional information

Weight 1300 g