A searing and subversive collection of limericks covering topics from race to toxic masculinity, fully illustrated throughout
Are immigrants taking our jobs, or are they all slobs?
What does ‘I’m colourblind’ mean and why does it make no sense?
And just how can you spot a Karen from a mile away?
This illustrated collection of verse tackles these issues and more. This is a delightfully caustic and refreshing book that will have readers thinking deeply and laughing out loud.
“Praise for Kazvare Knox: We’ve long been fans of London-based creative illustration lab Kazvare Made It for its sassy sketches and searing satire”
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Kazvare is an illustrator and graphic designer. Her work has been featured in Vogue (UK and Japan) and she has also collaborated with major brands such as Adidas and Facebook; in 2019 she held a pop-up exhibition at the Tate Modern.
Kazvare has BA (Hons.) in Classics from the University of Warwick as well as a Masters in African Studies from SOAS. She has also worked at length in the youth and charity sector, developing programmes in London and internationally.
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