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The Best of Matt 2020: The funniest and best from the Cartoonist of the Year

Matt Pritchett

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Humour, Cartoons & comic strips

The last twelve months seen through the eyes of the brilliantly funny cartoonist Matt - the perfect Christmas gift.

'So much greater than his nearest rivals it's almost embarrassing' Stephen Fry

'Matt is an Adorable Genius' Jilly Cooper

'So much greater than his nearest rivals it's almost embarrassing' Stephen Fry

The last twelve months seen through the eyes of the brilliantly funny cartoonist Matt - the perfect Christmas gift.
This year has certainly been a challenge . . .
From 'unprecedented' to 'furlough', 'lockdown' to 'who even remembers Brexit', Matt is always there with exactly the right brilliantly uplifting take on the world.

There is no doubt: award-winning Matt definitely makes the world a happier place!

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Praise for The Best of Matt 2020: The funniest and best from the Cartoonist of the Year

  • Manages to somehow encapsulate and visualise, in one frame, a mood or feeling within the country and make us gasp and laugh in delighted recognition - THE TIMES

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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Matt Pritchett

Matt 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 pocket cartoonist since 1988. He has won the CARTOON ART TRUST POCKET CARTOONIST OF THE YEAR AWARD five times and was 'WHAT THE PAPERS SAY' CARTOONIST OF THE YEAR three times. He is also four times winner of the UK PRESS GAZETTE CARTOONIST OF THE YEAR, most recently in 2008, and in 2002 he received an MBE.

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