A parallel universe in cartoons for connoisseurs of day-glo surrealism. Noonaville is the cartoon sensation from the Sunday Times Style Magazine, each week it transports Style readers to a quirky alternative world somewhere between Twin Peaks, Royston Vasey and Brookside Close. In the book, the weirdness can be relived again and again with approximately 160 cartoons on themes of love, work, death, fashion and fun, plus a running narrative linking all the sections. Noonaville is set to be the humour book that people read under their desks, in front of the telly, in their lunch breaks & before they go to bed. It is bright, fun and funny and has cult status written all over it.
Introduction. 1. Wearing. 2. Working. 3. Outside. 4. Eating. 5. Love. 6. Living. 7. Fun. 8. Death. Stephen Bolton.
Stephen Bolton was born in Auckland, New Zealand in 1966 and spent his childhood and early adult life there before moving to Australia and finally to the UK where he now lives and works as a cartoonist. Stephen’s cartoons appear in various publications, including The Sunday Times, Mediaweek and The Birmingham Post. In New Zealand his work appears in The New Zealand Listener. For a sample of Stephen’s work, visit www.stephenbolton.net. Why not email your favourite cartoon to a friend?
Welcome to Noonaville. A kind of suburban open jail for the criminally strange. Noonaville is the figment of renowned cartoonist Stephen Bolton’s brilliantly creative and often quite warped imagination. Noonaville represents a sort of fictitious every town of suburban weirdness. It is a place in the middle of everything and the centre of nothing. Nothing that is apart from a few well-meaning and uniquely quirky inhabitants struggling with the daily issues of life, love, work, death and Atomic Brand Laundry Powder Syndrome..
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