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ALBERT DORNE:
MASTER ILLUSTRATOR

We present the first book about Dorne, the reknowned artist responsible for the Famous Artists' School.
The introduction is by Howard Munce, a truely great illustrator and teacher who knew Dorne Personally.
David Apatoff writes the text, further solidifyig his position as one of the foremost historians of the Golden Age of magazine illustration. The book also contains a Preface by Apatoff and "Memories of My Father", an affectionate and very insightful tribute to her father by Barbara Dorne Bullas. As a small filip of further testament to Dorne's place in the illustration firmament, Jack Davis contributes a graphic Foreword.

Available for immediate pre-order direct from the publisher. HC+DJ, 9x12”,160 pg., $34.95 plus S&H.



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ROBERT FAWCETT:
THE ILLUSTRATOR'S ILLUSTRATOR

The very first book essaying the life, career and impact of this complex, even contradictory artist.
This volume features nearly 250 images, the majority of them presented in full color. It also includes various sketches and preliminary studies, as well as all of Fawcett’s illustrations featuring Sherlock Holmes. These are accompanied throughout by the insightful and nuanced commentary of David Apatoff, the foremost living authority on Fawcett’s work, along with an introduction by Walt Reed, founder of Illustration House, Inc. and a personal friend of the artist.


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FRANK BRANGWYN, R. A.:
THE WAY OF THE CROSS

Reprint by special permission from David Brangwyn, a very limited number especially designed portfolio with a 4 page essay by Dr. Libby Horner from England who is considered the world’s leading authority on this artist. This edition is limited to 700 numbered plus 50 copies hors commerce (I to L).
Twenty plates printed in letterpress on Teton 80 lb. stock by D.T. Printing in, San Francisco with a sturdy portfolio-box by Regent Publishing Services Ltd.

Portfolio, 20 pl. 11x14", $64.95 plus S&H: $10.00 via USPS Priority Mail.
Overseas cost will vary depending the country and will be shipped enclosed in a padded envelope inside a hard cardboard for extra protection.



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THE ART OF ALEX NIÑO

Born in Tarlac, The Philippines, Alex Niño is today considered one of the best comic artists in the United States. A new experience for the Alex Niño fans and admirers of his exquisite work is now brought to you by Auad Publishing. Innovated, dynamic, superb draftsmanship, and breathtaking desing that defies the imagination all tied up into one volume will please and delight his legions of devotees. One of the most anticipated books of 2008.

SC, 9x11", 160 pg. $24.95 plus S&H.


SC, Signed & Numbered 500, $34.95 plus S&H.



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BERNET

This volume showcases Jordi Bernet's work for the very first time in the United States.
This is indeed a monumental occasion.
The book has 240 pages containing 11 complete stories accompanied by high-impact b&w art.
Introduction by Will Eisner and foreword by Joe Kubert.


HC, 8.5x11", 240 pg. $24.95 plus S&H.


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FRANKLIN BOOTH:
AMERICAN ILLUSTRATOR

This new collection of Franklin Booth's work beautifully displays his meticulous and jawdropping "cross-hatched" style and includes many rarely seen color illustrations.
Edited by Eisner Award-winner Manuel Auad, this hardcover with dustjacket contains 128 pages and a 16-page color section. A revelation for both Booth enthusiasts as well as newcomers to his work.


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TOTH: ONE FOR THE ROAD

Back to the days when life was good, gas was cheap and “bob talk” like Daddy-O, Dig, Kat, Real Gone, Square or Hep. A lexicon all its own. Only Alex Toth can bring back that feeling of those warm, hazy, lazy days of summer. Beach parties, surfing, cruising with your jalopies.
Toth: One for the Road will surely rekindle the spirit of hot rods that has been a part of the American culture for decades.


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TOTH: BLACK AND WHITE

The second volume in the continuing series on the work of Alex Toth contains artwork from private collections and the artist's own sketchbooks – mostly unpublished. Plus 12 stories ranging from 1953 to 1990 covering crime, drama, humor, adventure, science fiction, horror and the bizarre.


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ALEX TOTH

One of the most sought after books since its publication. Alex Toth is one of the most admired and respected illustrator for the comic industry not only by his fans but by his own peers, in the United States and around the world.
In this volume, Alex Toth describes his methods in drawing the comics and the illustrators from the Golden Age of illustration that influenced his art.


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