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Blab World No. 2
Monte BeauchampBlab World No. 2 is a deluxe, 10 x 10 inch, hardcover anthology of art, illustration, articles, profiles, found graphics, cartoons, and sequential art, COVER ARTIST: Gary Taxali COMIC BOOK STORIES: "Adolf's Abberation" by Nora Krug "Dispatches from Oblivion" by Greg Clarke "The Great Sea Serpent of Brazil's Parahiba River" by Mark Todd "Liderc" by Andrea Dezso "Visitation" by Peter Kuper "The Vexing Thing Upstairs" by Denis Kitchen "Leftovers" by Sergio Ruzzier ARTICLES: "Will Elder" by Drew Friedman A tribute to 1950s MAD comics artist "A Passion for Paul" by Ryan Heshka An illustrated tribute to Amazing Stories first cover artist, Frank R. Paul "The ZAP in My Life" by Steven Heller A tribute to R. Crumb's Zap Comix PROFILE: "Fred Stonehouse: A Life In Between" by Bill North 50-PAGE FEATURE:The Hereafter! Artists interpret the afterlife. Contributors include: Nicolette Ceccoli Femke Heimstra Joe Sorren Kris Kuksi Gary Baseman Ryan Heshka Martin Wittfooth Eric White Owen Smith Jana Brike Xiaoquing Ding Lou Beach Lauire Hogan Marc Burckhardt Chet Zar Travis Lampe Elvis Studio and MANY MORE! Blab World is edited, designed, and produced by Chicago-based art director, Monte Beauchamp.
Blab World Number 1
Monte Beauchamp, Bill NorthBlab World is the new incarnation of the celebrated art & comics annual Blab! "It's like the New Yorker for Mutants," proclaimed the Los Angeles Reader. Blab World defies description: neither book or magazine, it is obviously a work of art. Over the last decade, BLAB! has accrued countless design awards and honors. Founded in 1986 by acclaimed Chicago-based graphic designer and art director Monte Beauchamp, Blab World has evolved from a digest-sized comics mag into a beautifully designed and printed keepsake. Over the years BLAB! has featured such (now celebrated) illustrators and painters as Chris Ware, Gary Baseman, The Clayton Brothers, SHAG, Camille Rose Garcia, Mark Ryden, and many, many more. Blab World also features selections of "found" graphic ephemera such as Depression-era matchbook covers, Valmor cosmetic labels, vintage decals, and European devil postcards. Blab World is an annual publication. Blab World Number 1 contains the following: The main feature is Artpocalypse! (Artists Interpret End Times) Featuring: Mark Ryden, Joe Sorren, Kris Kuksi, Femke Hiemstra, Ron English, Natalia Fabia, Alex Gross, Sue Coe, Gary Taxali, Gary Baseman, Ryan Heshka, Owen Smith, Martin Wittfooth, Yoko D'Holbachie, Andy Kehoe, Travis Lampe, Jean-Pierre Roy, John Pound, Andrea Dezso, Edel Rodriguez, Fred Stonehouse, Spain (ZAP!) Rodriguez, and MANY MORE!!! Other articles include: SKULL! A history of the skull motif on the covers of Pre-Code Comics, Pulps, and Paperback books, lavishly illustrated throughout. By Bill North, Senior Curator, Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art COVERING WEIRDO A loving analysis of R. Crumb's Weirdo Covers by Steven Heller, columnist for The New York Times Book Review and the author of more than 100 books on design and popular culture. AXE THE AXIS! Propaganda Caricature Art of World War II by WW II Historian Jim Lowes Artist profiles include: BALLPOINT BRAVURA: Drawings by C.J. Pyle by Bill North, Senior Curator, Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art COLLODION / NOIDOLLOC The Wetplate Collodion Photography of Kari Laine McCluskey by Monte Beauchamp Sequential Art: The Dreaded Mothman of West Virginia / Mark Todd The Neurotic Art Collector / Greg Clarke QUICKSAND! The Tumultuous Life of Isabelle Eberhardt / Nora Krug Four Horsemen / Peter Kuper Slime Molds / Geoffrey Grahn The Life of an Artist / Sergio Ruzzier Fetal Elvis' Art Empire / Mark Landman
Blab! Vol. 11
Monte BeauchampMark Ryden's spectacular cover is the gateway to this issue's visual feast, starring Spain, Richard Sala, Doug Allen, Stephane Blanquet, Peter Kuper, Drew Friedman, Lloyd Dangle, the first part of the Jonathon Rosen sketchbook, and much more!

Fueled by the front and back cover paintings of Mark Ryden, the outsider art movement's leading contemporary painter, Vol. 11 broke new sales records for our preeminent anthology of the graphic arts. Blab!'s list of contributors past and present reads like a Who's Who of the contemporary visual art world. Vol. 11 earned raves from both Print and Graphis magazines. Blab! is edited and designed by five-time New York Festival of Advertising award-winner Monte Beauchamp. Under his guidance, Blab! has grown from a fanzine begun almost 20 years ago to an annual coffee-table showcase of impeccable production values, wild experimentation and master craftsmanship. Blab! is an objet d'art that has become a standard-bearer in the world of professional graphic arts.

This volume features leading contemporary cartoonists and illustrators like Gary Baseman (creator of ABC's Teacher's Pet), Christian Northeast, the Clayton Brothers, New York Times art director Steven Guarnaccia, Zap artist Spain Rodriguez, Richard Sala, Jonathon Rosen, Peter Kuper, Doug Allen, Drew Friedman, and many others. Vol. 11 and also include a feature on the popular Krampus devil cards that comprise the accompanying Fantagraphics title The Devil In Design (also edited by Beauchamp). Illustrations and comics throughout including 42 pages of full color
I Am Plastic, Too: The Next Generation of Designer Toys
Paul BudnitzThe designer toy explosion continues in Kidrobot’s second book, I Am Plastic, Too, which features a worldwide survey of the newest, rarest, and most sought-after toys. By offering designers, comic book artists, illustrators, and graffiti artists a new outlet for their creative energies, these toys become miniature works of art, collected and coveted by fans everywhere. Showcasing examples from more than 140 artists and companies from six continents, this book includes images of scarce, limited-edition toys and extensive interviews with 13 of the hottest designers working today. Many of the most popular creators from the first book are back, along with new faces such as Amanda Visell, Brandt Peters, eBoy, Jon Burgerman, Kathie Olivas, and Tara McPherson.

Praise for I Am Plastic, Too:

"The scope of these plastic critters, which range from the abstract to the downright lewd . . . is wonderfully surveyed." —The New York Times
I Am Plastic: The Designer Toy Explosion
Paul BudnitzIn barely a decade, the designer toy craze, which originated in Hong Kong, has taken the world by storm. Children and adults, celebrities and design aficionados now line up to pay anywhere from five dollars to thousands of dollars for these highly inventive designer creations.

I Am Plastic provides a colorful visual history of the phenomenon, which has energized not only the toy world but the global art community as well. Fashion designers, comic book artists, underground illustrators, graffiti and fine artists now lend their creativity to the task of coming up with innovative and striking new toy designs. Artists and toys featured in this stunning overview include Frank Kozik, Dalek, Gary Baseman, Bounty Hunter, Junko Mizuno, Jason Siu, Devilrobots, and Pete Fowler.
Devil's Advocate: The Art of Coop
Chris CooperYes, that's right, this fancy hardcover book reproduces tons of Coop's posters and stickers and thangs, all in color. Step right up. "While illustrating record covers and ads for Long Gone John Mermis of Sympathy for the Record Industry, Coop made the acquaintance of the popular poster artist Frank Kozik. With Frank's influence, Coop set off in a career direction that eventually put him on the same level enjoyed by the psychedelic poster artists (Griffin, Moscoso, Kelley & Mouse, etc.) three decades earlier. Doing poster work with name bands, like Rocket From The Crypt, Soundgarden, Nirvana, and the Lords of Acid, elevated Coop's public visibility, and with it his recognition. . But the number one, singular form of expression that regurgitated his name from ear-to-ear was his aptitude for emblematic imagery which began showing up on stickers. Common is the sight of plump female figures, in coy positions (sometimes femme devils), as pressure sensitive stickers, glaring off the back window of some young gentleman's primer grey old car (and a lot of new cars too). It is with this kind of exposure that the name Coop has come to typify art for many people who simply like visual stimuli. And, of course, this visual voice speaks just as clearly (but more permanently) in the form of tattoo design. As I mentioned in the beginning, Coop doesn't exploit the occult metaphysics of satanic malarkey. Why should he? This gifted wonder-boy is the devil himself." - from the forward by Robert Williams
Revelation X : The 'Bob'Apocryphon : Hidden Teachings and Deuterocanonical Texts of J.R. 'Bob' Dobbs
The SubGenius Foundation, J.R. 'Bob' Dobbs, Rev. Ivan Stang, Paul MavridesAt last, the long-awaited sequel to the underground bestseller, The Book of the SubGenius—an even more radical, more twisted, and more hilarious journey into the wild world of "Bob." With an appendix of epistles and apostles, this is the most intoxicating portrait yet of the Church of the SubGenius and its infamous leader.
Weirdo Noir: Gothic and Dark Lowbrow Art
Matt Dukes JordanLike a corpse in a zombie movie, the Goth movement has been resuscitatedstronger, more powerful, and more contagious than ever before. From fashion to music, Goth influences have crept into every area of pop culture, and nowhere is that influence creepier, more fascinating, and more playful than in the art world. Weirdo Noir is the follow-up volume to Weirdo Deluxe, the book that brought the once underground Low Brow art scene to prominence in the public eye. In these pages you'll find the latest and greatest work from 30 Low Brow arists who have embraced the dark side, employing gothic themes in their art. Spooky and witty, Weirdo Noir is destined to become a classic of the millennial Goth aesthetic.
Scarygirl
Nathan JureviciusA sensational graphic novel for fans and collectors, starring the cult character Scarygirl, whose designer toys, online comic, game and artwork have won millions of fans world-wide. Abandoned on a remote beach, Scarygirl doesn't know who she is or where she's come from. Blister, a kind and intelligent giant octopus, wants to keep her safe, but Scarygirl needs answers. Who is the strange man haunting her dreams? Will Bunniguru help her unlock the mysteries of her past? Can she trust the wily forest dwellers? Her journey takes her to the edge and beyond... A stunning, colorful, wordless graphic novel by Australian artist Nathan Jurevicius, Scarygirl is a psychedelic, dream-like composition of heartfelt stories and reinterpreted folklore based around a cute but slightly odd little girl and a giant octopus.
Lonely Heart: The Art of Tara McPherson Volume 1
Tara McPhersonThe compelling paintings and posters of Tara McPherson are a tour-de-force of creative tension, at once heartfelt and heartbreaking. Creating art about people and their odd ways, recalling many issues from childhood and adult life experience, McPherson creates images that are thought-provoking and seductive. Tara's array of work includes numerous gig posters for rock bands, including Green Day, Modest Mouse and Death Cab for Cutie, and advertising and editorial illustrations for a diverse group of clients. Her prints and paintings have been exhibited in galleries all over the world. Lonely Heart is the first printed collection of McPherson's work.
Lost Constellations: The Art of Tara McPherson
Tara McPhersonLoss, love, and loneliness. Altered forms and transfigured ideas. Power and vulnerability. Parallel universes of the heart and mind. Space and time. In a few brief years, the stunning visual oeuvre of Tara McPherson has grown and evolved at thrilling speed. Expanding beyond the limits of rock poster art into the worlds of commercial illustration and fine art, her paintings, drawings, toys, sculptures, and installations have pushed her influence and authority across the breadth of creative expression and helped redefine the boundaries of pop surrealism. Lost Constellations: The Art of Tara McPherson Volume 2 is the compelling road map to the artist's most recent and ambitious journeys in paint, pencil, and vinyl.
Clutter Magazine #12
Miranda O'Brien, Nick Carroll, Geoff Whitehouse, Chonny Echert, Phil Corbett, Neil O'Rourke, Triclops Studio, James Yuen, Chris Burt, Eddi PriceClutter Magazine #12 PUNK ROCK POSTER GIRL TARA MCPHERSON JULIE WEST PLAYBEAST Clutter Magazine is a quarterly publication that caters to the world of underground designer toys and the artists that create them. After emerging in Japan in the late 1990s, the toy scene has gone global, led by companies such as Toy2R, Kidrobot, and Medicom, and Clutter is the first English language magazine to showcase them. Since the world of designer toys has crossed over into many other mediums the magazine also covers other areas relating to design including graffiti, shoes, comics, animation, and film. The magazine's website, www.cluttermagazine.com provides breaking news and in depth information aimed at satisfying even the most avid collector's appetite for toys.
Clutter Magazine Issue #11
Miranda O'Brien, Nick Carroll, Geoff Whitehouse, Andy B, James Yuen, John Gallagher, Kenn Munk, Kirsty Hillyer, Triclops Studio, Richard KuochThe "Robots, Guns & Girls" issue with cover art by Ashley Wood. Contents include: Ashley Wood, Bigshot Toyworks, Buff Monster, Luke Chueh, Hicalorie, SDCC with Triclops, myplasticheart NYC, Kaiju Explosion, and Kaiju Customs.
Clutter Magazine Issue #14
Miranda O'Brien, Nick Carroll, Geoff Whitehouse, Chonny Echert, Mike Maraldo, Andy B, Chelsea HurmsonThe "Eat My Dust" issue with cover art by ilovedust. Contents include: ilovedust, Hello Brute, Guy McKinley, Kuso Toys, Quality Control, Betso, Toy Shopping in Japan, UK Dunny Series Lunch including interviews with Triclops, Peskimo, Doktor A, and McFaul, Dave White, Mad Barbarians, Jim Koch, and Devil Robots Recommend.
Clutter Magazine Issue #15
Miranda O'Brien, Andy B, Baykiddead, Chris Dobson, Triclops StudioThe "Gods and Monsters" issue with cover art by Jeff Lamm. Contents include: Jeff Lamm, Dead Presidents, Designer Toy Awards, Lou Pimentel, Lash, Carlos Enriquez-Gonzalez, Monster Worship, Leecifer, The London Police, Lana Crooks, L'amour Supreme x Mishka, Itokin Park, Fark, and K.olin Tribu.
Clutter Magazine Issue #16
Miranda O'Brien, Andy B, Devin LawsonThe "Designer Toy Awards 2011" issue with cover art by Pete Fowler. Contents include: Pete Fowler, The DTA's 2011, Sucklord, 3D Printing, Blamo Toys, 64 Colors, FriendsWithYou, Paul Shih, Josh Herbolsheimer, and The Fort.
Clutter Magazine Issue #17
Miranda O'Brien, Andy B, John Stokes, Andrew Hayward, Amy Greenwood, Nick Curtis, Jim Crawford"The Future is Stupid" issue with cover art by Frank Kozik. Contents include: Frank Kozik, Circus Posterus, Paul Kaiju, Jason Freeny, Kidrobot 10th Anniversary, Chris Ryniak, Shawnimals, Shea Brittian, Skinner, Velocitron, and War Toys.
Clutter Magazine Issue #18
Miranda O'Brien
Hi-Fructose Collected Edition 3 Box Set
Annie Owens, AttaboyA limited edition box set featuring prints, extras, and compiling material from issues 9-12 of the best-selling magazine Hi-Fructose. The book is a thick 300+ page hardcover expanding original material from issues 9-12 of the magazine; packed with intelligent interviews and exposes on leading pop surrealists, street artists and new contemporary artists from all over the world. The following items are available only in the box set: * A die-cut, embossed Snow Yak Mask by Mark Ryden * A fold-out poster by French artist McBess * A sticker book with art by Tara McPherson, Travis Lampe, Bob Dob, Brandi Milne & Luke Chueh * A set of flocked day-glo prints from Junko Mizuno, Skinner & Martin Ontiveros, packaged in a fold-out portfolio display * All contained in an artfully-designed, solid, ribbon-tied deluxe box * Limited to just 2500 copies Artists featured in the book include Sam Gibbons, Tom Haubrick, Tara McPherson, Ekundayo, Liz McGrath, Stella Im Hultberg, Chris Berens, Jeff Gillette, Dan May, Kevin Cyr, Nicolas Di Genova, Andrew Hem, Laurie Hassold, Yosuke Ueno, Bob Dob, Chris Scarborough, Chris Ryniak, Camilla d'Errico, Mandy Greer, Glenn Barr, Charlie Immer, Thomas Doyle, Nicola Verlato, Damon Soule, Tiffany Bozic, Mark Ryden, Brandi Milne, Chet Zar, Brandt Peters, Scott Hove, Mike Shine, Gabriels, Fuco Ueda, Luke Chueh, Travis Lampe, Michael Hussar, Josh Keyes, JinYoung Yu, Todd Schorr and Michael Page.
Hi-Fructose, Vol. 1
Annie OwensHi-Fructose magazine showcases an eclectic mix of underground artists, pop surrealists, emerging and rediscovered countercultures, and awe-inspiring spectacles from around the world. For the first time, this critically acclaimed arts magazine is collected in an expanded hardcover edition, compiling the best of the sought-after, long-sold-out first four volumes. Features the art of Mark Ryden, Tim Biskup, Junko Mizuno, Dave Cooper, Greg "Craola" Simkins, Gary Baseman, Alex Pardee, Gary Taxali, Scott Musgrove, Jeff Soto, Ray Ceasar, JennyBird, Joe Ledbetter, Longo Land, Michael Salter, Fawn Gehweiler Kurt Halsey, Invader, Ron English, Wilfrid Wood, Jim Woodring, Seen, Leslie Reppetaux, Brian McCarty, Attaboy, Saur Kids, Chris Uphues, Kaiju Big Battel, Chris Uphues, PShaw!, Ragnar, Cat Chow, and more.
Hi-Fructose Collected Edition Volume 2 Special Edition Box Set: Under-the-Counter Culture
Attaboy and Annie Owenshe best features, articles, and interviews from the highly sought- after art magazine, Hi-Fructose. Hi-Fructose is an amalgamation of emerging, and established artists, with a spotlight on awe-inspiring spectacles and developing counter cultures from around the world. This thick hardcover book expands the best original material from (the long sold-out) issues 5-8 of the magazine. Packed with intelligent interviews and exposes on leading pop surrealists, street artists, new contemporary artists, and creative artists from Japan & Sweden to Los Angeles & Toronto, Hi-Fructose Collected Volume 2 is a must-have addition to your personal library. This special edition includes: five 8 x 10" embossed spot-varnished prints by Travis Louie, Audrey Kawasaki and others, housed in a specially made portfolio with vellum dividers; three die-cut sticker pages from Hi-Fructose artists included in the collection; and a 24 x 24" "Anatomy of a Balloon Animal" poster by Jason Freeny. Everything comes packaged in a custom clamshell box tied with a ribbon to keep it safe. Artists in Hi-Fructose Collected Volume 2 include: James Jean, Amy Sol, Travis Louie, Camille Rose Garcia, Femke Hiemstra, Audrey Kawasaki, Lori Earley, Jordan Crane, Marion Peck, Edwin Ushiro, David Stoupakis, Mars-1, Mark Jenkins, Paul Pope, KRK Ryden, Brendan Danielsson, Yoko d'Holbachie, Brian Dettmer, Brendan Tang, KMNDZ, Freek Drent, Yoskay Yamamoto, Pars Kid, Kukula, Chris Mars, APAK, Ferris Plock, Gregory Jacobsen, Robert Hardgrave, Barnaby Barford, Amy Casey, Ken Keirns, Xiao Qing, Victor Castillo, Jason D'Aquino, Scott Radke, Naoto Hattori, Jonathan Wayshak, Mike Rea, Oksana Badrack, and more. Hi-Fructose Arts Magazine quarterly was founded by artists Attaboy and Annie Owens in 2005. Not a lifestyle magazine, Hi-Fructose puts its focus squarely on the art which transcends genre and trend, assuring readers thorough coverage and content that is relevant, informative and original. Each beautifully- designed, full- color issue goes beyond the comfort zone of the "alternative" norm to deliver a diverse cross section of the most influential and defining art of our time. Satisfies your cravings for new and unique art, happening just below the radar; Art that informs, rather than follows trends in mainstream media including film, fashion and design.
Plastic Culture: How Japanese Toys Conquered the World
Woodrow PhoenixPlastic toys based on Japanese comics, movies and TV shows from Astro Boy, Godzilla and Gatchaman, to Power Rangers, Sailor Moon and Pokemon, have had a powerful effect on the imaginations and the markets of the West, and have kick-started trends in design and pop culture that have crossed from Japan to the West and back East again.

Lavish full-color photographs of cult, limited-edition, and "designer" toys take us through the postwar period and right up into the present, with a fascinating look at the current vogue for "urban vinyl" and "art" toys. Extensively researched, the book includes interviews with the leading players in today's toy world, including long-established Japanese toymaking giants Kaiyodo and Sanrio, world-famous fine artists and producers of "art" toys Takashi Murakami and Yoshitomo Nara, and cult Hong Kong designers of "urban vinyl" toys Michael Lau and Eric So.

With its blend of incisive analysis and stylish photography, this is a book that will appeal to a wide range of readers: from those interested in the latest trends in contemporary art, to toy collectors young and old, and to anyone with an interest in Japan's influence on contemporary pop culture.
Symptomatica
RagnarRagnar, a master of the modern pinup, unleashes another volume of sizzling contemporary art. Using the same format as his bestselling book Vernaculis and his sold out collection Chromaphile, Ragnar presents 80 pages of sexy girls and cartoony sidekicks in a variety of design-centric settings and situations. Over the years, Ragnar's work has evolved to become increasingly detail oriented as custom typefaces, intricate patterns and original icons have become major components of his illustrated universe. Fans of comics, cartoons, noir, pulps, movies, monsters and, of course, girls will be thrilled with this new wealth of extraordinary images.
American Surreal: The Art of Todd Schorr
Todd SchorrThe latest collection of paintings by one of contemporary surrealism's most influential artists. American Surreal picks up where Dreamland, Schorr's previous bestselling collection of mind-bending paintings left off. Look forward to countless hours of eye bulging investigative thought while examining the impeccably rendered subject matter that has become the hallmark of Schorr's outrageous vision. Schorr, one of the seminal figures in what has come to be known as the Lowbrow or Pop Surrealism art movement, has continually and systematically set the bar ever higher in his quest to bring classic old master painting technique to his pop culture infused subject matter. This latest collection continues that journey culminating with the epic masterpiece Ape Worship included in this volume. Schorr's paintings are the subject of two upcoming museum retrospectives, and are highly prized and coveted by collectors the world over. American Surreal is sure to satisfy those with an overly-developed visual appetite.
Dreamland
Todd Schorr, Doug HarveyTodd Schorr grew up in the 1950s in a world populated by Revell models, Mad Magazine, Mr. Peanut, and Mickey Mouse. These images fueled his artistic imagination, spawning vibrant, outlandish visions of Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny in a murderous pas de deux, hapless kiddies forced through flaming hoops, a genocidal egg hunt, and all other manner of mayhem. This illustrated tour of Schorr's best work is like a Saturday morning cartoon created by Hieronymous Bosch.
ART OF SHAG: BOTTOMLESS COCKTAIL
ShagShag is a leading light in contemporary hip art. Blending cartoon, tiki, and vintage illustrative sensibilities, Shag has garnered the attention of a legion of devoted fans and collectors who will delight in this new collection of his work. Shag's art looks back on the pop culture of the mid 20th century and blends it with a dose of modern irony, humor, and joy. An acolyte of Exotica, Tiki Culture, and cartoon illustration, Shag's work first looks retro, but on closer inspection is seen to be a loving exploration of the popular subconscious. This is the softcover edition.
Shag, Ltd.: Fine Art Limited Editions: A Catalogue Raisonne
ShagFine Art Limited Editions, A Catalogue Raisonn‚ presents the complete prints and posters of Josh Agle, a.k.a. Shag, the Californiabased artist whose bold, bright, irreverent takes on the swingin’ styles and of jetsetters, cocktaillounge crawlers, scenestealing supervillains and (literal) party animals have made him one of the most popular painters working today. Shag’s paintings have seen heavy demand and rising prices, so Agle turned to high quality limitededition prints beginning in 1999. Collected here for the first time, these 175 prints document the evolution of color, content and composition in Shag’s work with illustrated essays. Chronologically arranged and annotated with information on size, print run and date of publishing, straight from the artist’s own archives, here are Shag's long soldout limited edition serigraphs, offset lithos and etchings.
Supersonic Swingers: Around the World with the Art of Shag
Shag, Martin McIntosh
Toys Are Us: A Revolution in Plastic
Brian StillmanSpecial Edition Director's Cut Documentary on designer vinyl toys, where art and commerce collide and enterprising do-it- yourselfers prove that making toys isn't just kid stuff.
Popping Through Pictures: Paintings from Amanda Visell
Amanda VisellThis is an ART book, not a children's book. Amanda Visell's art is part whimsical, part macabre. The book is lovely, full of excellent shots of Amanda's work, crafted in a very thoughtful manner, which only enhances the work itself.