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April 23, 2014

TASCHEN Hollywood celebrates 100 Illustrators


On the evening of April 21st, TASCHEN Hollywood & Soho House West Hollywood hosted a discussion to celebrate 100 Illustrators. Gary Baseman, Tim Biskup, Patrick Hruby and Amanda Visell engaged in a lively discussion moderated by TASCHEN Executive Editor Jim Heimann. The panel explored several topics including the relevance of print in today’s society, the multi-dimensional function and role of visual artists and the future of illustration. TASCHEN would like to thank the panel for their spirited participation and Soho House West Hollywood for their many contributions in putting together a splendid evening enjoyed by all.
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