This 92-page hardcover book features an assortment of work, both previous and current, a foreword by writer and New York Times editor, Robb Todd, as well as an interview conducted by artist and gallerist, Hyland Mather of Andenken Gallery.
“Scott Albrecht in his art finds the elegant tension between the bold and the sublime. His abstraction and deconstruction of type forms combined with his sophisticated color theory and surface treatments yield artworks that are immediate, yet command a deeper and closer look.”
- Shepard Fairey, Artist and Founder of Subliminal Projects
“He does not want viewers to simply read the words and walk away. He wants engagement - for the viewer to spend time with the pieces and appreciate the forms and shapes that create the message.”
- Robb Todd, Writer and New York Times Editor
• Hard cover, offset printed
• 6" x 9", 92 pages
• First edition limited to 500 copies
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We’re Ted and Kelley Feighan, founders of Valley Cruise Press and spouses with a passion for creativity. We founded our small business in 2014 with the mission to bring the work of our favorite illustrators to life. Now, six years later, we’ve expanded our mission to encompass the belief that small businesses like ours can and should do good.
On the 8th of each month we donate 100% of our profits to organizations making an impact in our community. We call these our ‘Giving Days’ and we hope you’ll participate!
As we work to continue this momentum of good, we will be switching to all biodegradable (or no) packaging by 2021 and recommending sustainable options for our custom products. We manufacture most of our products in the US and always choose to support our local economy when possible.
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