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Antar Dayal
Antar Dayal
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Maria Rabinky
Maria Rabinky
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Janet Allinger
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Studio Muti
Folio
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Juliana Kolesova
Shannon Associates
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Peter Grundy
Peter Grundy
Début Art Ltd.
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Pete Pachoumis
Pete Pachoumis
Vicki Prentice Rubin
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Mike Heath
Mike Heath
Shannon Associates
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Blake  Morrow
Blake Morrow
Shannon Associates
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Stephanie K. Birdsong
Stephanie K. Birdsong
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Nicolle Rager Fuller
Nicolle Rager Fuller
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Shane Rebenschied
Shane Rebenschied
Shannon Associates
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Fifty Years of Illustration
by Lawrence Zeegan and Caroline Roberts
383 pages, hardbound, published by Laurence King Publishing Ltd., $40.
(c/o Chronicle Books, www.chroniclebooks.com)

Exclusive to Illustration Voice subscribers is a discount code for 35% off this title — LaurenceKing35 —at www.laurenceking.com Having written about and been involved in the illustration world myself for the last 25 years or more, I was happy to see the inclusion of many illustrators I know or have profiled for CA, Step Inside Design, and Illustration Voice featured here. Lawrence Zeegen and Caroline Roberts have divided the book into five chapters, one for each decade. From the 1960s, "An Era of Utopian Idealism", that brought us the likes of Milton Glaser, Seymour Chwast, Robert Crumb and Victor Moscoso; to "A New Wave" in the oughts, providing the most names, including Gary Taxali, Shepard Fairey, Paul Davis, Gina & Matt and Yuko Shimizu. There are many recognizable names, the giants of the field, those who have spawned legions of fans and imitators but whose work remains indelible: Mark English, Art Spiegelman, Barbara Nessim, Sue Coe; over 250 artists are featured. The book is beautifully designed and produced. The informative and insightful writing complements the well-edited examples. Quite simply, Fifty Years of Illustration should be in every illustrator’s library—and by extension, those who love and collect the work of these talented individuals. I couldn’t put it down.

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Toby Leigh
Toby Leigh
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Greg Pearlman
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Andrew Farley

The Wall Street Journal
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Esquire
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Arena Stage
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Niya Silk China
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GE Money Australia
Gregory Baldwin

Aladdin / Simon and Schuster
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Extinction witness
Bryan Holland

Science Magazine
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Politico
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Space
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Missionday Publishing
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What's Hanging

Incantation Group Show
January 8–31, 2015

Rocq La Rue
532 1st Ave. S
Seattle, WA
www.roqlarue.com

Inspired by themes around death, rebirth, winter, and ritual, The Incantation Group Show will feature new work by Sam Wolfe Connelly, Erica Rose Levine, Peter Ferguson, Barnaby Whitfield, and more, totaling 15 artists in the space located in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square. The gallery describes Incantation as an "… exciting and darkly magical show." Rocq La Rue takes part in the First Thursday Artwalk every first Thursday of the month from 6-9 p.m.

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J. Otto Seibold and Mr. Lunch
Through March 8, 2015

The Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission Street
(btwn. 3rd and 4th Streets)
San Francisco, CA
www.thecjm.org

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