Art of Mark Ryden: Anima MUNDI

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Mark Ryden’s paintings instantly trigger a warped deja vu. His work recalls a parallel universe of 1950s Golden Books and the whimsy of Lewis Carroll. His cheery bunnies, rendered in the glowing hues of children’s books, are likely to be carving slabs of meat rather than frolicking in the forest. Ryden’s work mingles superb technique with outre images to create a world of strange and disturbing beauty. “At once intriguing and unsettling, baffling and enchanting, [Ryden’s] works ... are subtle amalgams of many ...
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Sierra Madre & San Francisco, CA 2001 Hardcover First Edition 1/500 Deluxe (RYDEN, MARK). Ryden, Mark. Introduction by Carlo McCormick. MARK RYDEN: ANIMA MUNDI-SIGNED LIMITED ... BOXED EDITION WITH A SIGNED PRINT. Signed by the Artist-with a Giclee Print Laid in. Sierra Madre & San Francisco, CA: Porterhouse Fine Art Editions & Last Gasp, 2001. First Edition 1/500 Deluxe. Square 4to. Boards in Clamshell Box. Artist Monograph. As New. /No Jacket-As Issued. 134pp, profusely illustrated in color. The near-perfect distillation of childhood creepiness transformed into adult fine art, this first monograph on Mark Ryden sold out of its initial print run almost immediately. See Jimi Hendrix, Abe Lincoln, Christina Ricci, Leonardo Di Caprio, Colonel Sanders, the Teletubbies, Big Boy, Speedy Alka-Seltzer, and so many more in ways you've never imagined-not to mention the requisite Bees, Bunnies and Meat. Limited to five hundred copies, this deluxe edition comes with a copy of the book SIGNED AND NUMBERED by the artist, Read more Show Less

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Mark Ryden’s paintings instantly trigger a warped deja vu. His work recalls a parallel universe of 1950s Golden Books and the whimsy of Lewis Carroll. His cheery bunnies, rendered in the glowing hues of children’s books, are likely to be carving slabs of meat rather than frolicking in the forest. Ryden’s work mingles superb technique with outre images to create a world of strange and disturbing beauty. “At once intriguing and unsettling, baffling and enchanting, [Ryden’s] works ... are subtle amalgams of many sources and influences as wide-ranging as Psychedelic and Vienna School artists Neon Park and Ernst Fuchs, to classical French formalists Ingres and David.” — Panik
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  • ISBN-13: 9780867195095
  • Publisher: Last Gasp of San Francisco
  • Publication date: 4/28/2001
  • Pages: 108
  • Product dimensions: 10.41 (w) x 10.35 (h) x 0.82 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2001

    Step into the mind of Mark Ryden

    This book is a captivating series of Ryden works. Haunting and full of hidden mysteries, each piece gives one a glimpse into the mind of this amazing artist.

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