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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 52. Chapters: David Low, Martin Sharp, Minties, Michael Leunig, Norman Lindsay, Pixie O'Harris, Colin Cotterill, Fred Negro, Judy Horacek, Roger Fletcher, Mark Knight, Larry Pickering, Pat Oliphant, Bruce Petty, Les Tanner, Emile... Viac o knihe

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 52. Chapters: David Low, Martin Sharp, Minties, Michael Leunig, Norman Lindsay, Pixie O'Harris, Colin Cotterill, Fred Negro, Judy Horacek, Roger Fletcher, Mark Knight, Larry Pickering, Pat Oliphant, Bruce Petty, Les Tanner, Emile Mercier, Will Dyson, James Kemsley, Livingston Hopkins, Norman Hetherington, Jeff Hook, Patrick Cook, Paul Rigby, Ken Emerson, Jason Chatfield, Andrew Fyfe, Anton Emdin, John C. J. Taylor, Bill Leak, Joe Jonsson, Stan Cross, George Finey, Dean Alston, Lee Sheppard, Cecil Hartt, Alexander George Gurney, Fil Barlow, Tohby Riddle, Sols, Dillon Naylor, Eric Jolliffe, Warren Brown, Ambrose Dyson, Edward Ambrose Dyson, Frank Arthur Nankivell, Paul Zanetti, Monty Wedd, Mic Looby, Ken Maynard, Bernard Caleo, Nicki Greenberg, Frank Dunne, Edward J Grug III, Cathy Wilcox, Unk White, Alan Moir, Peter Nicholson, First Dog on the Moon, Stan Pitt, Rik Kemp, Rolf Heimann, Stanley Award, Jules Faber, Alfred Vincent, Jimmy Bancks, George Molnar, Australian Cartoonists' Association, Craig Phillips, Jim Russell, Ian C. Thomas, Geoff Pryor, Dean Rankine, Harold Frederick Neville Gye, John Spooner, David Messer, Arthur Horner, Andrew Weldon, Stewart McCrae, Graham Wade, Ron Tandberg, Ward O'Neill, Ron Vivian, Lloyd Piper, David Ditchburn. Excerpt: Martin Sharp (born 1942) is an Australian artist, underground cartoonist, songwriter and film-maker. Sharp has made contributions to Australian and international culture since the early 60s, and is hailed as Australia's foremost pop artist. His famous psychedelic posters of Bob Dylan, Donovan and others, rank as classics of the genre, alongside the work of Rick Griffin, Hapshash and the Coloured Coat and Milton Glaser. His covers, cartoons and illustrations were a central feature of Oz magazine, both in Australia and in London. Martin co-wrote one of Cream's most famous songs, "Tales of Brave Ulysses", created the cover art for Cream's Disraeli Gears album, and in the 1970s, he became a champion of singer Tiny Tim, and of Sydney's embattled Luna Park. Martin was born in Sydney in 1942, and was educated at Cranbrook private school, where one of his teachers was the noted artist Justin O'Brien. In 1960, Martin enrolled at the National Art School at East Sydney, where he began his artistic career contributing to the short-lived student magazine The Arty Wild Oat, along with fellow artists Garry Shead and John Firth Smith. He also submitted cartoons to The Bulletin. In 1961, he enrolled for two terms in Architecture at Sydney University before returning to the NAS. In late 1963 or early 1964 Martin met Richard Neville, editor of the University of NSW student magazine Tharunka, and Richard Walsh, editor of its Sydney University counterpart Honi Soit. Both wanted to publish their own "magazine of dissent" and they asked Sharp and Shead to become contributors. The magazine was dubbed Oz. From 1963-65 Martin was its art director and a major contributor. Sydney Oz hit the streets on April Fool's Day, 1963. Its irreverent attitude was in the tradition of the student newspapers, but it satirical and topical coverage of local and national issues and people developed a national profile, and made it a target for "the Establishment", and soon a prominent casualty of the so-called

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2013
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 246 x 189 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781156398678

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