Where's Ringo?

The Story of The Beatles in 20 Visual Puzzles

Where's Ringo? The Story of The Beatles in 20 Visual Puzzles
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Format: Hardback, 96 Pages
ISBN: 9781781312186
Publisher: Aurum Press
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Ringo has got lost! And YOU must find him. He's hiding on every spread of this witty illustrated journey through the story of the Fab Four in the style of  Where's Wally? A must for any Beatles fan, this album-sized hide-and-seek caper tells the story of the Beatles through 20 fantastically intricate original artworks inspired by key periods in the Fab Four's evolution. Throughout, the ever-present Ringo Starr is hiding waiting to be found, along with an array of  Beatle friends  and memorabilia, including John Lennon’s glasses, Mick Jagger and the Blue Meanies. Each illustration is accompanied by insightful commentary and trivia about the  original artifacts or events that inspired it – from album covers to film scenes to legendary live appearance  – with, of course, Ringo’s  unique contribution. No matter what their age, Where's Ringo? is the ideal gift for the Beatles completist and new fan alike.

The author

Andrew Grant Jackson’s book Still the Greatest: The Essential Songs of the Beatles’ Solo Careers was excerpted by Rolling Stone.com and recommended by publications including USA Today and The Nation. His website is www.solobeatles.com.

David Ryan Robinson is a UK-based British illustrator and graphic designer who has worked on numerous commissions, mostly using his favourite item of stationery, the Uniball Eye Pen. Past clients include the Guardian, The Times, Cartoon Network, the Financial Times, EDF Energy, Becks Beer, the BBC, TBA Magazine and Sports Relief. He is currently working as a designer for Cartoon Network at Turner Enterprises. See www.davidryanrobinson.com.

OLIVER GODDARD is a UK-based fashion designer, printed textile designer, and illustrator.  He graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University with a First Class BA (Hons) Degree in Fashion.  In 2005 he was a winner of the RSA Fashion Design Direction award.  He now lives and works in Brighton working on commissions for both high street and high-end fashion labels and publishers, he has international representation.

TAKAYO AKIYAMA is a London-based Japanese illustrator/cartoonist who rarely stops drawing.  She was born in Japan and is currently based in London.  She recently became a full-time freelancer and has many years of experience in illustration, comic, printmaking, T-shirt and textile design. www.cargocollective.com/

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Format: Hardback, 96 Pages
ISBN: 9781781312186
Illustrations: 20 original illustrations
Size: 10 in x 10 in / 254 mm x 254 mm

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