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For forty years, Ed McLachlan's cartoons have graced the pages of Punch, Private Eye, the Spectator, the Sunday Telegraph and a host of newspapers, books and films. Scabrously funny, black and twisted, they cast an entirely new light on everyday situations, in which the unexpected always crops up like an avenging angel. Like a domesticated FAR SIDE, these are the work of a brilliantly inventive imagination that sets just a small, hilarious and alarming gap between us and the world we move in.
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'The cartoonist's cartoonist' - TrogAbout the Author:
Born on 22 April 1940 in Leicester, Ed studied graphic design at Leicester Art College. Punch bought his first cartoon in June 1961, and he's been drawing freelance full-time since 1965. He has been Cartoonist of the Year about 5 times, but generally fails to turn up to collect the award. In addition to his work in the press, he has illustrated hundreds of books, most recently by Fred Trueman, Jonathan Porritt, Jim Slater and others; worked on advertising campaigns such as Hamlet cigars; and written and designed over 26 'Stuart and Belinda chalk drawings' cartoon films for ITV, with a further 65 just commissioned for Canadian TV. He is married with four children, one living in Australia (Sydney) and three in London (Pinner, Islington and Clapham).
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