From the inimitable Martin Rowson, a modern illustrated retelling of Swift's classic, Gulliver's Travels
Martin Rowson, born 15 February 1959, is a British cartoonist and novelist. His genre is political satire and his style is scathing and graphic. His work frequently appears in The Guardian and The Independent. He also contributes freelance cartoons to other publications, such as The Daily Mirror and the Morning Star.
Rowson's inventive illustrations crackle with dark energy...delivered with a razor wit that would do the old Dean Swift proud. Gulliver's Travels is sharp, scatological, sinister and side-splitting... A splendid tribute to an all-time classic and a savage, brilliant satire in its own right. * Morning Star * A thoroughly enjoyable update of Swift's classic. The artwork serves up grotesque detail with glee * Guardian * Outstanding... Rowson's superlative art is part 18th-century baroque and part Spitting Image-style punk * Daily Telegraph *