n De Arte - What's so funny : Under the skin of South African cartooning, Andy Mason : book review
|Article Title||What's so funny : Under the skin of South African cartooning, Andy Mason : book review|
|© Publisher:||UNISA Press|
|Publication Date||Jan 2012|
|Pages||85 - 88|
Andy Mason's What's so funny : Under the skin of South African cartooning offers the reader a visual feast of South African cartooning produced in South Africa, covering historical illustrations, entertainment cartoons, educational comics, web comics, avant-garde comics, graphic novels, fine art cartooning, underground comics, student press cartoons,editorial illustration, gag cartoon strips and political cartooning. The book includes work from a variety of cartoonists including George Cruikshank, Thomas Baines, Len Sak, Derek Bauer, Morogosi Motshumi, Gus Ferguson and Richard Smith, to the present-day cartoons of Anton Kannemeyer, Brett Murray, Joe Daly, Rico, Zapiro (Johnathan Shapiro) and Wilson Mgobhozi. It also covers a range of publication projects including, amongst others, Superstrikas, Madam and Eve, Bitterkomix, Urban Trash, The Storyteller Group, Learn and Teach Magazine, Sloppy, Staffrider and Mamba Comix.
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