Christopher Bateman has authored the first retrospective of Wilfred Limonious, otherwise known as the “visual architect” of dancehall, the genre of music born in 1980s Jamaica.
Limonious, who was a newspaper cartoonist at the time, became known for designing many dancehall artists’ album jackets and record-label logos.
The book features many of these works, along with his comic strips for Jamaican newspapers and illustrations for the publications of JAMAL (the Jamaican Movement for the Advancement of Literacy).
In Fine Style is available to buy from onelovebooks.com
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