Overheard: The art of eavesdropping

Overheard: The art of eavesdropping

Oslo Davis  (Author)
This hilarious book captures the conversations overheard on city streets. From the banal and funny, through the touching and infuriating to the downright crazy, cartoonist Oslo Davis records the odd things that people actually say out loud in public.

A daughter tells her mother not to interfere with party plans, children announce brutal truths to unsuspecting passersby, a man calls on his dog to make a moral judgement, a hipster lays down the law on what's truly hip... our first-world problems and anxieties are revealed in all their cringe-inducing glory.

Oslo Davis' signature illustrations perfectly capture the moment of these embarrassing outbursts and his wry humour will appeal to all fans of the absurd.
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  • Product code: 9781743793640
  • Barcode: 9781743793640
  • Added: Apr 18, 2019
  • Author: Oslo Davis
  • Publishing company: Hardie Grant Books
  • Year of publication: 01.11.2017
  • Book format: Paberback
  • Pages: 144

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