Gonzo the Art

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Harcourt Brace, 1998 - Art - 208 pages
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Ralph Steadman's legendary partnership with Hunter S. Thompson launched a new style of reporting and captured the imagination of a generation. Their most notorious collaboration, "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," became one of the bestselling titles of our era. Gonzo really is unique and eye-catching; it is the first time Ralph Steadman's art has been gathered together in one volume-a celebration of the illustrative style that influenced a generation of writers, designers, artists, and filmmakers. It is the summation of an inspired, brilliant career and of a style that is at once high art and social commentary. Steadman's signature lends itself as much to the nineties as it did to the sixties, seventies, and eighties.

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Review: Gonzo: The Art

User Review  - PanzerBunny - Goodreads

Its the 1st book everyone snatches off the coffee table. Frankly, i think a book lo-jack is in order with all the shady Gonzo creepers that finger threw my stash. Read full review

Review: Gonzo: The Art

User Review  - Philip - Goodreads

Hunter S. Thompson is the single most important political writer in my lifetime. His perspective is just as explosively wild as modern capitalistic Republican logic. Ralph Steadman meticulously illustrates this path as only an obsessive perfectionist would. Read full review

About the author (1998)

RALPH STEADMAN has illustrated many books, including Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and the fiftieth-anniversary edition of George Orwell’s Animal Farm . He is the author of The Grapes of Ralph (for which he won a Glenfiddich Food & Drink Award), Still Life with Bottle, The Book of Jones , and Gonzo: The Art .

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