By Skye Sherwin
Roald Dahl’s collaborator sums up the stereotypes of travelling in his inimitable style, but he also sets our imaginations to work
Thanks to his work with Roald Dahl, the illustrations of Quentin Blake are so well known that it’s easy to take them for granted. We all recognise the scratchy, loose, improvised lines and the good-natured mood. Yet his work’s range can be surprising.