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This book, the first one featuring the amazing artwork of Robert Williams, has been unavailable for many years. The book contains an overview of Williams's early work until 1979. It features images from t-shirt designs, comics, posters and oil paintings.
Robert Williams: The Father of Exponential Imagination is a comprehensive career spanning, comprehensive collection of the iconic painter’s fine art, including every one of his remarkable oil paintings along with a presentation of his drawings, sculptures, and works in other media. Simply put, this is the art book of the decade, and the book that Williams has been working toward his entire career. In the late 20th and early 21st century, diverse forms of commonplace and popular art appeared to be coalescing into a formidable faction of new painted realism. The new school of imagery was a product of art that didn’t fit comfortably into the accepted definition of fine art. It embraced some of the figurative graphics that formal art academia tended to reject: comic books, movie posters, trading cards, surfer art, hot rod illustration, to mention a few. This alternative art movement found its most apt participant in one of America’s most controversial underground artists, the painter, Robert Williams. It was this artist who brought the term “lowbrow” into the fine arts lexicon, with his groundbreaking 1979 book, The Lowbrow Art of Robt. Williams. Williams pursued a career as a fine arts painter years before joining the art studio of Ed “Big Daddy” Roth in the mid-1960s. From this position he moved into the rebellious, anti-war circles of early underground comix, as one of the celebrated ZAP cartoonists. Featuring an introductory essay by Coagula Art Journal founder Mat Gleason along with a new art manifesto and foreword by Williams himself, as well as tons of rare photos and ephemera.
With its origins in 1960s hot rod culture and underground comics, Pop Surrealism/Lowbrow art has evolved and expanded into the most vilified, vital and exciting movement in contemporary art. Featuring over 150 full-color images, Pop Surrealism is the first book to offer a comprehensive survey of this fascinating new art movement and its top renegade artists.
An illustrated autobiography, putting Williams' work in the context of his hot rod background, and telling of the wild formative years behind one of America's biggest underground artists.
The definitive collection of the oevre of infamous low-brow artist Robert Williams, and the most handsome book to be published by Fantagraphics. Williams was one of the founding ZAP artists along with Robert Crumb.
This collection of Williams' most recent 58 paintings ranges from Williams' familiar lowbrow biker culture, stretching deep into faux science of quantum mechanics, leaving the viewer in a world of scientific mind play. Robert Williams sprang from the custom car culture of Southern California and was one of the original Zap Comix artists. He transcended the constraints of both, mastering oils and forging a career as the pre-eminent artist among a generation of imagist painters. Williams has now penetrated the inner sanctum of the fine arts movement.

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