Thursday, 16 February 2012

"A Hundred And One More Uses Of A Dead Cat" by Simon Bond (Published by Methuen London Ltd, 1982)

Very gruesome stuff - specially for cat-lovers - but can't help laughing every time I pick this book up. The author and cartoonist Simon Bond died last year at the age of 64. This was, I understand, the work he's most famous for but he published more than 20 other collections of drawings while working as a cartoonist for a large number of magazines. Titles include Saturday Evening Post, Esquire, National Lampoon, New Yorker, Men Only and Vole in the US as well as the Punch and Private Eye in Britain.

1 comment:

  1. i perfer "Cat's revenge: More than 101 uses for dead" people (1981) :)