Covers the breadth of Robinson's comic work, from his early musings on the state of British industries and his very first inventions, to the mocking, anti-German propaganda created during the First World War, and final sketches of the Second, during which he died.
Average Customer Rating:
(4 Reviews) 4
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4 of 4(100%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Contraptions
Review 1 for Contraptions
mark glover, WATERSTONE'S TUN WELLS CALV WA
23 November 2008
Heath Robinsons inventive cartoons and designs are as marvellously mad today as when he first drew them.
Review 2 for Contraptions
Georgie Oatley, WATERSTONE'S NORWICH CASTLE ST
08 February 2008
This hilarious book combines many years of Robinson's utterly ridiculous - yet ingenius contraptions. The mind boggling ideas will keep all generations amused for hours on end and may even result in some rather interesting home improvements!
Review 3 for Contraptions
Andrew Matts, WATERSTONE'S NEWTON MEARNS
08 October 2007
Heath Robinson's contraptions really crack me up. Wonderful gift idea- or just buy one for yourself and chuckle!
Review 4 for Contraptions
Roger Cole, WATERSTONE'S DONCASTER
28 August 2007
Well - it's been a rotten old summer so far- but here's something to life everybody's spirits. A very welcome reprint of the best of Heath Robinson's mad, fantastical, downright hilarious contraptions and inventions.