Giles the Collection 2014

Giles the Collection 2014

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Taken from the Express and Sunday Express archives, this collection of 150 cartoons parodies sport, shopping, the economy and the police as well as the media and Giles himself, for an irreverent and endlessly entertaining look at British Life. Over more than fifty years Giles won legions of fans exploring the pleasures and pitfalls of modern life and was voted the 20th century's greatest cartoonist. This new compilation of his best-loved cartoons proves the characters, observations and unlikely situations are as witty and relevant today as in Giles' heyday and are an essential addition to your cartoon collection. Enjoy the 20th century's greatest cartoonist's work once more with this superb collection of some of Giles' wittiest cartoons. From politics to the family, his drawings parodied every aspect of British life and delighted Daily Express readers for over four decades. This brand new compilation includes 150 cartoons packed with the fun details and the clever characterizations that made Giles a household name. Contents Includes: Introduction: Giles and Society Police Sport Journalism Giles and Journalism The Economy Shopping

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Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 215 x 288 x 14mm | 378g
  • Octopus Publishing Group
  • Hamlyn
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 150 black and white illustrations
  • 0600624560
  • 9780600624561
  • 219,949

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Carl Giles was born in Islington, north London, on 29 September 1916. After leaving school at fourteen, he initially trained in animation before moving into cartoons, when working for Reynolds News. In 1943 Giles moved to the Sunday Express and Daily Express, eventually replacing Strube and becoming the Daily Express "War Correspondent Cartoonist" with the 2nd Army in 1945. Best known for his Express "family", his cartoons had enormous popular appeal and in 1959 he was awarded an OBE. Giles left the Daily Express in 1989 but continued working for the Sunday Express until 1991. He died in 1995.

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