Flux Design’s publishing imprint, Suffolk and Watt, releases The Weird and Twisted Tale of Vince Ray this month. The first in a series of books on the British ‘low brow’ artist, it is billed as ‘a 92-page compendium of sleaze and horror’. The book features a collection of the past ten years of Ray’s artwork, which includes paintings (self-portrait and back cover of book pictured), T-shirt designs, sketches, illustrations and photography. Graphics are interspersed with anecdotal stories of the artist’s life and fictional pieces. The book costs £19.95 and is available on-line at www.vinceray.com.
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