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King of the Kustomizers: The Art of George Barris

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Pages: 200

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: Date:1/1/2011 - Last Gasp

By: Douglas Nason, Brett Barris, Jeremy Cushner

"King of the Kustomizers? is the sobriquet given to George Barris, the most phenomenal kustom car builder ever. His contributions to American car culture include creating some of the best known cars of the 20th Century, like the original TV Batmobile and Munsters Koach, as well as made-to-order vehicles for movies, TV, corporate sponsors and the private use of the rich and famous. A multimedia artist in his own right whose designs have embraced toys, model kits, mini-bikes, motor homes and motorized surfboards, Barris has also enjoyed success as a photographic chronicler of celebrity and pop culture over decades, capturing the car-crazed zeitgeist of his times as it carried him to the crest of fame itself. The definitive work on a legend, "King of the Kustomizers: The Art of George Barris? features over 200 pages jam-packed with never-before-seen photos, concept drawings and blueprints covering the full spectrum of Barris' design genius and celebrity lifestyle. Written by an all-star line-up of contributors, the book contains many untold stories and rare images from both the famous and not so famous works of George Barris that helped define American pop culture as we know it. A generous selection of Barris tribute art - some created especially for this volume - by a legion of artistic admirers is also included to showcase his enduring influence and legacy. This is one ride you don't want to miss!  

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