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From his cult movie posters to his epic paleoart, from Underground comics to ERB, from dinosaurs to mermaids, celebrate the life and work of William Stout with this stunning monograph featuring the most iconic artwork from the multi-talented muralist, illustrator, and designer. Bill has created a body of work that transcends genre, medium, and industry during his astonishing forty-year career. He has designed album covers for The Who and the Rolling Stones, worked on films ranging from Ralph Bakshi’s Wizards to Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth, and brought the world of the dinosaurs to life through highly acclaimed paleoart.
Massive oversized hardcover, with an introduction by the father of "outsider" art, Robert Williams. Includes a special full color illustrated bookplate exclusive to us, sporting an unpublished image, signed by Bill. It just doesn't get much better than this; this is first class from the jacket to the very last page. -Bud
Now Stout fans can relive the life and career of their favorite artist with this breathtaking monograph. Curated by the artist himself, Fantastic Worlds: The Art of William Stout bursts with the most iconic imagery in Stout’s oeuvre. From his student years to his robust career as a painter, illustrator, and more, Fantastic Worlds gives readers an in-depth understanding of how Stout developed as an artist, illustrated by his most inspired work. Visually stunning and definitive, Fantastic Worlds is the ultimate Stout retrospective—the perfect way for fans to commemorate the extraordinary work of a one-of-a-kind artist.
Ed Leimbacher had a twenty-year career as a journalist, rock critic, creative producer, and copywriter. He also spent twenty-five years as a books-and-records retailer in Seattle. His work has appeared in publications such as Rolling Stone, Fusion, and Ramparts.
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Item Code FANTWHS Publisher Insight Editions Publish Date 2018 ISBN 9781608878659 Binding Hard Cover - No Dustjacket Dimensions 9x13 # Pages 304pg Color Full Color