Salvador Dali: a surrealist in art and in his own life. Catherine Ingram and Andrew Rae explore Dali’s eccentricities, artistic tendencies and personal struggles in an engaging biography

Catherine Ingram, This is Dali. Illustrations by Andrew Rae Published 2014 by Laurence King Publishing, 80p   Salvador Dali was an eccentric, an unconventional man both in his art and personal life style. Every morning upon awakening, I experience a supreme pleasure: that of being Salvador Dali, and I ask myself, wonderstruck, what prodigious thing… Continue reading Salvador Dali: a surrealist in art and in his own life. Catherine Ingram and Andrew Rae explore Dali’s eccentricities, artistic tendencies and personal struggles in an engaging biography

Jean Jullien and his surrealistic sausage dog

Jean Jullien, Ralf. Original idea and illustrations by Jean Jullien. Text collaboration by Gwendal Le Bec Published by Frances Lincoln, 2016. First published 2014. 56p   Here it is another artist that communicates about life using illustrations. Jean Jullien is a French graphic designer living in London who believes humor, creativity and visual art are… Continue reading Jean Jullien and his surrealistic sausage dog

Tohby Riddle and his guardian angels

Tohby Riddle, Unforgotten Published by Allen & Unwin, 2012, 128p I consider myself so lucky every time I discover a book that makes my heart beating fast when I start turning the pages. At my last visit to the library I discovered Tohby Riddle, an Australian cartoonist and picture books author living in Sydney. On… Continue reading Tohby Riddle and his guardian angels