Ricardo Cavolo artist author

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Ricardo Cavolo


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ABOUT the author

Ricardo Cavolo is a world-renowned Spanish artist whose artwork has been on display everywhere from Moscow to Montreal. He has completed artwork for Absolut Vodka, the Glastonbury Festival (UK), Urban Outfitters (France, Germany, England), Nike, FC Barcelona, and Fox Sports Mexico.
Find out more here: ricardocavolo.com
Twitter: @ricardocavolo
Instagram: @ricardocavolo


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The Incantations of Daniel Johnston front cover by  a graphic novel by Ricardo Cavolo and Scott McClanahanThe Incantations of Daniel Johnston
"[The Incantations of Daniel Johnston] captures Johnston's visions—both artistic and hallucinatory—in an intensely colorful cartoonish style and vivid recurring images: frogs, cascades of pills, volcanoes, eyeballs of many varieties."
John Williams, New York Times Book Review


Interviews
An interview with The Fader | 7/27/2016
A conversation with cult author Scott McClanahan and Spanish illustrator Ricardo Cavolo about The Incantations of Daniel Johnston.

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