Amberley is to publish a book of cartoons about the EU referendum from "one of Britian's leading cartoonists", Kipper Williams.
In In or Out?: Europe in Cartoons, Williams "finds all the ingredients for comedy in the great Euro debate" featuring cartoons of tax-dodging corporations, "batty" nationalists, "machiavellian europhiles", David Cameron and Boris Johnson.
The publisher said: “As long term admirers of Kipper’s work, everybody at Amberley is very excited to be working on this project with him. Hopefully this collection will bring a bit of humour to a subject that threatens to overwhelm many before the June polling date. It is designed to be politically neutral, but very much humour positive.”
Williams is a cartoonist for the Spectator, the Guardian, the Sunday Times, Private Eye, and Country Life, among others. He has provided illustrations for a number of books, including Bill Bryson's A Short History of Nearly Everything (Black Swan).
Amberley hold world rights in all languages to the book and will publish on 15th May 2016 priced at £8.99. It will also be available in Kindle, Kobo and iBook formats.
Pictures: © Amberley Publishing