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Nogoodniks collects a ragtag group of images that draw from popular brand slogans, tropes of 1970s counterculture, bad puns, and the sardonic wit of Adrian Norvid. Pages alternate between cartoonish caricatures, parodies of commercial products, and tongue-in-cheek self-congratulatory affirmations that the author has written to himself. Nogoodniks follows in the tradition o ...more
Hardcover, 104 pages
Published August 30th 2011 by Drawn and Quarterly (first published June 21st 2011)
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Feb 03, 2013 Heidi rated it liked it
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It's kinda funny, like I liked the two illustrations about filing (relevant to my life). I'm glad this is a library book though and not one I bought. No disrespect to the author - these kinds of illustrated books for me are not something I want to collect, but they are fun to look at once or twice.
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