Animal Love Summer by Marion Peck
by sabine7 / February 13, 2011

Marion Peck's Animal Love Summer is the first monograph by this contemporary surrealist who presents us with odd small mammals that drink sake with their fish dinner. As well, a seemingly well-bred lady in a classical pose gives us the not-so-classical finger, and a wide-ranging cast of characters both human and animal features in a variety of portraits. Peck's work is lush, detailed and beautiful to look at, if a little off-putting at times. But that, of course, is what keeps it interesting, intriguing and worth exploring.

Hardcover, 128 pages. Last Gasp, 2010. $19.77 at Amazon.

+ Animal Love Summer at Amazon


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