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Oh, Brian Rea, how I love you. I can't say for sure how it is, but those simple figures just emote like crazy. The hair on the surfer dude's chest! The simple, limp expression on the blue hair's face! Scribbly wave! Sigh! for NYTimes

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by Brian Rea for NYTimes. Especially like the transparency/overly of the water and lily pads. Love the combination of those wobbly vertical trees and the tightly patterned circular trees - especially where they overlap a bit and get spatially confusing. And that woman's muumuu, black boots and topknot are especially fab. Also: detached heads.

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Jim Flora-designer of album covers for Columbia around 1945. Around 1947 he began a series of idiosyncratically stylized, cartoonish covers

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