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Ralph and Friends

Ralph Steadman (previously here), the illustrator best known for his collaborations with Hunter S. Thompson, has illustrated other people's books, notably some newer editions of older volumes: Alice in Wonderland (previously here, but with dead links), George Orwell's Animal Farm, and Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, not as well known because the edition was limited to 451 copies, all autographed by both Bradbury and Steadman. He has also written and illustrated I, Leonardo, an "imaginary autobiography" of Leonardo DaVinci, adding more centuries to his historical reach.
Trigger Warning: Large Quantities of Visual Gonzo-ness
posted by oneswellfoop on Aug 13, 2015 - 14 comments

The art of Ralph Steadman

A mistake is only an opportunity to do something else (video), says Ralph Steadman, an illustrator and satirist famous for being Hunter S. Thompson's long-time collaborator.
posted by shivohum on Sep 9, 2013 - 7 comments

Work by printmakers exhibited at Originals 10

The yearly show on contemporary printmaking, Originals 10, is currently on in London. Some of the artists and work include: Anthony Dyson’s etching The Voyeur; John Bryce’s wood engraving Thames Arachnid; Morna Rhys’s Taf Estuary; Leila Pedersen’s etching Gloria gets Dizzy; Cordelia Cembrowicz’s etching Avon Amazons; Eileen Cooper’s woodcut Skipper; Hilary Paynter’s amazing wood engravings (site requires popups); Giulia Zaniol’s My City; Emiko Aida’s aquatint Reverie in the Rain; Paula Cox’s aquatint Magnolia Tree; Jessie Brennan’s Six Boys; and Graham Smith’s linocut Tattooed Lady. The gallery site has a brief summary of the exhibition and a link to the press release mentioning the work of Barton Hargreaves and Ralph Steadman.
posted by paduasoy on Mar 28, 2010 - 5 comments

Gonzo in Wonderland

Ralph Steadman’s Alice in Wonderland. Salvador Dali’s Alice In Wonderland.
posted by mediareport on Mar 9, 2010 - 16 comments

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