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 The first published collection of artist and sculptor Lawrence Noble's 40-year body of work

The Art of Lawrence Noble

This 72-page 12" x 12" hardcover book showcases the work of renowned artist Lawrence Noble, whose 40-year career as a freelance illustrator and public sculptor has produced such memorable pieces as the original 1979 Flash Gordon movie poster, the California Firefighters Memorial in Sacramento, and the iconic bronze Yoda fountain statue at Lucasfilm headquarters in San Francisco, among others. 

 Who is Lawrence Noble?

“I can’t say enough good about Lawrence Noble” - George Lucas

“One of America’s Leading Artists” - American Artist Magazine, 1983

“…This guy is fabulous – if we have a position like “White House Artist” – he definitely should be considered.” -- Excerpt from a letter to the White House from Congressman Jerry Lewis, February 8th, 2001

Illustrator

Lawrence Noble represents one of the last analog illustrators. Rich in color and seamless in design, his pieces are well-crafted and confidently hold their place on a page. In the first 25 years of his artistic career, he created one-sheet posters and ads for films such as Time After Time, Flash Gordon, Sharky’s Machine and The Empire Strikes Back (10th Anniversary). Add to these numerous album covers (Queen, Arthur Fielder, Artie Shaw) and magazine illustrations (Argosy, Forbes, World Tennis, Time), there is clearly much to enjoy within the illustration of Lawrence Noble.

Sculptor

It is no surprise that the form-driven works of his illustrations    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/970452904/the-art-of-lawrence-noble

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