Enter into the curious, complex world of a powerful visual mind: Moleskine reproduces some 500 full-colour works by pioneering illustrator and graphic artist John Alcorn in a comprehensive book just published.
Containing an extensive account of Alcorn's vast creative output, from posters, book illustrations, painting, advertising and design - accompanied by personal anecdotes and critical essays - the intricacy of his illustrations, the magic of his psychedelic imagery and the elegance of his execution unfold with every turn of the page.
Moleskine Books offer unique insights into the creative processes of noted artists, designers, writers and architects, delving deep into their minds and methods to give an extensive account of their work. From the Detour Book
and The Hand of the Architect
and Graphic Designer
to the Inspiration and Process in Architecture
series, they are essential resources for those working in the creative sector today.
Immerse yourself in the beautiful forms, get between the lines and dive into the sea of colour for an unprecedented peek into the extraordinary mind of a creative pioneer and his "golden hands", as once described by frequent collaborator Milton Glaser.
Edited by Stephen Alcorn and Marta Sironi.