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2020 visions: daily drawings of  a very strange year – in pictures

Since Boris Johnson won the general election in December 2019, London-based artist Jolie Goodman has been making a daily digital drawing for her series 1872 days of Tory Government (which would be the length of a full five-year term).

Depicting everything from Black Lives Matter protests to Prince Charles with the Covid-19 virus under his kilt, the images have been collected in a book to be published in January. Goodman creates the works either from memory or a photograph every morning. “Making these drawings has helped me process what is going on in the world with humour,” she says.

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