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Description - Wildsville by Korero Books

Celebratinga retrosubculture of tiki gods, hillbillies, and burlesque, this collection of Derek Yaniger'sincredible body of 1950s-style cartoon art is a must for all tiki and Kustom Kulture addicts. The only work devoted tohis illustrations for Cartoon Network, MarvelComics (for which he worked on such titles as"Hellraiser," "Transformers: Generation 2," and "Web of Spider-Man), "and more, this book containsmore than 150 original paintings and illustrations. Derek's illustration style, reminiscent of cocktail napkin art of the 1950s, delves into the retro world of beatniks, tiki bars, and Vegas glamour. Original cartoon art collectors, students of cartoon art, and fans of lowbrow artists will all find this an essential reference."

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780955833632
ISBN-10: 0955833639
Format: Hardback
(228mm x 272mm x 16mm)
Pages: 112
Imprint: Korero Books LLP
Publisher: Korero Books LLP
Publish Date: 15-Sep-2008
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Korero Books

Derek Yaniger publishes in such magazines as "Atomic," "Barracuda," and" Car Kulture Deluxe" and does prints for shows such as Hukilau, Tiki Oasis, and the Wild Weekend.He lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Stuart Sandlerhas created more than 500 original typefaces and established a reputation as the premier retro display font designer. He cofounded and launched Font Bros as a publisher of high quality typefaces. He lives in Minneapolis."