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The Best of Matt 2017: Our world today - brilliantly funny cartoons

Matt Pritchett

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Other graphic art forms, Fiction, Humour, Cartoons & comic strips

The best of the best! A brilliantly entertaining look at the last twelve months through the eyes of multi-award-winning cartoonist Matt. Nobody does it better.

Always look on the bright side - the genius that is Matt proves that, no matter what is happening in the world Matt's superb cartoons can always raise a smile.

THE BEST OF MATT is a wonderfully funny look at the last twelve months - from President Trump to train strikes, the confusion that is Brexit to the vagaries of the British weather - this collection manages to make looking back a much funnier pastime.


A Christmas must - this year, and every year.

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Praise for The Best of Matt 2017: Our world today - brilliantly funny cartoons

  • That rare thing - a daily cartoonist who never fails - THE TIMES

  • Matt is such a genius ... on a grey day he can make you feel that the world is all right again

  • Capture[s] the absurdities of a situation better than any article - OBSERVER

  • Matt is a humorist who goes straight for the jocular vein ... brilliant

  • Every day a witty, sharp gem of social comment ... his brilliant work is the yardstick by which the rest are judged

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

  • I stand in silent wonder every morning at the genius of Matt

  • I think Matt is hilarious

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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.