It’s amazing what kind of books you can produce when you don’t have a proper publisher. Take British writer/artist Miriam Elia’s laugh-out-loud children’s book, We Go to the Gallery. Funded through a successful Kickstarter campaign (what isn’t?), the picture book follows a mother and her two children as they explore a modern art gallery, where they explore the “debilitating middle-class self-hatred contained in the artworks.”
We may only be a couple of months into 2014, but if this year produces anything funnier in print, film or television, we’re flat out not going to be able to weather the resulting laughter without going into cardiac arrest.