Pop Surrealism: The Rise of Underground Art by Kirsten Anderson

With its origins in 1960's hot rod culture and underground comics, Pop Surrealism has evolved into a vilified, vital, and exciting art movement. Includes: - informative essays by art luminaries Robert Williams, Carlo McCormick, and Larry Reid- Foreword by Kirsten Anderson- images from twenty-three of the movment's top artists including: Anthony Ausgang, Kalynn Campbell, The Clayton Brothers, Camille Rose Garcia, Liz McGrath, Niagara, The Pizz, Shag, Robert Williams, and Eric White

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