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Famous Monster Movie Art Of Basil Gogos Book


Famous Monster Movie Art Of Basil Gogos Book:

Basil Gogos changed the face of classic horror with his film monster portrait art. Like a bizarro-world Norman Rockwell, he created magazine covers of Frankenstein, the Creature from the Black Lagoon, the Phantom of the Opera, and countless others in horrifying yet dazzling images throughout the 1960s and '70s. His intense color and bold, impressionistic brushwork gave a unique sense of drama and sophistication to these iconic characters. Today, collectors fight over his original art-but, with this book, every fan can own glowing full-color reproductions of his most famous work as well as many previously unpublished paintings and drawings.

Basil Gogos is among the greats of classic horror
Profusely illustrated with more than 160 artworks, both iconic and never before seen
In-depth, career-spanning interview with the artist
Introduction by rock star and horror collector Rob Zombie
Kerry Gammill, an artist who specializes in Hollywood monster design, is the author of the perennial favorite Drawing Monsters and Heroes for Film and Comics. He lives in Fort Worth, TX.
8 1/2 X 11
168 pages
80 black and white illustrations
100 color illustrations
J. David Spurlock, an illustrator and editor, has taught at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He lives in Clinton, NJ. Famous Monster Movie Art Of Basil Gogos Book

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  • Catalog#: 14BM38
  • Theme(s): Universal Monsters, Famous

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