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30 Years of Matt: The best of the best - brilliant cartoons from the genius, award-winning Matt.

Matt Pritchett

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The nation's favourite cartoonist looks back at the last 30 years - the perfect Christmas gift.

From all-day opening hours to President Trump; from the first Red Nose Day to Brexit...

The last 30 years has seen some momentous - and not so momentous - events. 6 Prime Ministers, 7 General Elections, from Thatcher to New Labour, Cameron's Coalition to May's Minority. 1 Brexit, 1 hung Parliament, 1 Queen, 3 Popes and the first black US President. And chronicling the entire three decades is Matt, beloved, award-winning cartoonist - and the very best there is.

Whether it's beleaguered commuters, political surprises, national absurdities, Royal babies or the weather, Matt always encapsulates the moment with the perfect cartoon.

'Matt is the Don Bradman of daily cartoonists - so much greater than his nearest rivals it's almost embarrassing' Stephen Fry

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Praise for 30 Years of Matt: The best of the best - brilliant cartoons from the genius, award-winning Matt.

  • That rare thing: a daily cartoonist who never fails - The Times

  • They can capture the absurdities of a situation better than any article - Observer

  • The funniest, the most consistent and quite simply the best - UK Press Awards

  • No one can be funny every time - except Matt

  • Successful cartoonists do not only need to be able to draw, they have to think of subjects to illustrate. Matt has shown that he has a genius for both, as well as the ability of think of wonderfully appropriate swipes at the idiocies of contemporary life

  • I think he's a genius ... He is the national cartoon

  • Like a sunrise, he lifts the heart. He's achingly funny

  • However bad the day's news, there'll still be a Matt cartoon the morning after, and we'll still laugh - he's a genius!

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Matt Pritchett

Matthew Pritchett studied at St Martin's School of Art in London and first saw himself published in the New Statesman during one of its rare lapses from high seriousness. He has been the Daily Telegraph's front-page pocket cartoonist since 1988. He has won numerous awards, often multiple times, including the Cartoon Arts Trust Award, What the Papers Say Cartoonist of the Year and UK Press Gazette Cartoonist of the Year. In 2002 he received an MBE.

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