The Mischievous Art Of Jim Flora

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Vintage music buffs have long been bedazzled by bizarre, cartoonish album covers tagged with the signature 'Flora.'

The Mishievous Art of Jim Flora

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In the 1940s and '50s, James (Jim) Flora designed dozens of diabolic cover illustrations, many for Columbia and RCA Victor jazz artists. His designs pulsed with angular hepcats bearing funnel-tapered noses and shark-fin chins, that fingered cockeyed pianos and honked lollipop-hued horns.

This volume encapsulates Flora's life with a biographical profile, interviews, photos, autobiographical reminiscences, and tributes from those who knew Jim and/or were influenced by his work.

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Author Irwin Chusid
Publisher Fantagraphics Books
Page Count 168pp
Publication Size 11 x 10
Publication Notes softcover, full color
Publication Date October 2004
ISBN 978-1560976004

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