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Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition
Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition

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Gary Taxali / Mono Taxali Limited Edition



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This second title in the Mono Series releases the most complete, up-to-date anthology of the extraordinary work and personality of the Indian-Canadian artist Gary Taxali.

Concept, art direction and design by Franco Cervi
Forewords by Seymour Chwast, Steven Heller, Charles Hively
Texts by Ferruccio Giromini

Release date: September 2011 / Edition of 200 individually numbered

SPECIFICATIONS

Artist: Gary Taxali
Title: Mono Taxali
Language: English / Italian
304 pages, 5,9 x 7 x 1,8 in. / 15 x 18 x 4,5 cm
175 illustrations, 156 in full color
Four-color printing on natural, laid paper
Hard cover with french dust jacket (in a printed and varnished outer cardboard box)
Catalogue number: DC 013
ISBN: 978-88-95165-12-7

REVIEWS

Did your parents ever tear up your anthologies of lowbrow art?
Did you ever receive warnings about how art mags such as Juxtapoz and BLAB!  would ruin your mind?
Were you lectured that artists who contributed to such trash could never freelance for Sony, MTV, or Newsweek - or receive awards and honors from the likes of American Illustration, Communication Arts, and the Society of Illustrators? Did your parents recommend you spend time with the more respectable art publications instead? 
Then let Mono Taxali whisk away all such foolish notions!
Flip open this book and see for yourself how the brilliant Gary Taxali defied all the rules.

—Monte Beauchamp, Blabworld, Chicago, June 2011