Reasons to Be Cheerful

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Reasons to be Cheerful is a book about British graphic artist Barney Bubbles (July 1942 – November 1983).

Written by Paul Gorman, the book incorporates an essay by Peter Saville, a foreword by Malcolm Garrett, an introduction by Billy Bragg and a conversation with US practitioner Art Chantry.

It has been published in two editions by independent British imprint Adelita; the first came out in November 2008, the second in December 2010.

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