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Rex Ray's colorful, curvaceous art graces the walls of boutique hotels, world-class museums, and hip restaurants. Yet it remains, as acclaimed author Douglas Coupland puts it in the foreword for Rex Ray: Art + Design, “unslick, but superslick at the same time." The first monograph to survey his multi-faceted work in various media—including paper cutouts, mixed-media collages, paintings, digital prints, and the much-admired graphic design and music packaging that launched his visual career—the book is a veritable trove of his sleek, yet playful, work.
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Hardcover. 160 pages. By Rex Ray, with a foreword by Douglas Coupland, essay by Michael Paglia, interview by Steven Skov Holt.
W 8.50” H 10.50”
Originally founded in 1967 as San Francisco Chronicle's book-publishing division, Chronicle Books eventually grew in scope and went independent. Today, its titles cater to adults and children alike. Inspired by the magic of books, this San Francisco-based publishing house stands behind a mission to publish works known for their spirit, creativity, and value.