200 dessins qui fâchent (200 cartoons that annoy)



@font-face { font-family: "Calibri"; }p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal { margin: 0cm 0cm 10pt; line-height: 115%; font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Times New Roman"; }div.Section1 { page: Section1; } First collection of Nicolas Vadot since 1998, containing the best press cartoons from 2005 to 2010, original and censored included!   Crisis is godsend for cartoonists. It annoys, irritates and desolates. And since people do not understand, we must tell them with cartoons. Discover or rediscover the depravity of our world through drawings of Vadot whos hand is internationally known and recognized. Like the one of Kiko, the famous little green cat who will accompany you through the book: you will go from the years Leterme (and his resignation, his resignation, his resignation, his…) to the financial crisis, passing by Sarkozy and Obama. You will discover that sport means health. And God in all this? Don't worry it is not left. And well, it seems that oil continues to pump out…   Nicolas Vadot invites you to relive this pivotal period thanks to more than 200 impertinent and always relevant cartoons.   With the triple nationality French, Britain and Australian, Nicolas Vadot is the cartoonist of the Belgian weekly Le Vif/L'Express (100.000 ex) since 1993 and of the Belgian financial daily L'Echo since 2008. His cartoons are regularly taken in the Courier International. Vadot is also member of the Cartooning For Peace foundation, designed by Plantu. In 2011, he received simultaneously the second price of the Press Cartoon Belgium and the third price of the Press Cartoon Europe.

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Prix TTC: 22.000
ISBN: 9782507003241
Format: 21 x 29,7 cm
Nombre de pages: 144
Dépôt légal: 2010/6840/45
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Code barres: 9782507003241
Code Sodis: 00007517635
Type de reliure: hardback
Date de parution: Jeudi, 14 Octobre 2010