The historically ‘Foxy Lady’, is hardy enough to stand this. Cheyco Leidmann’s highly influential work, its influences and impact and how his work shot forty years ago seeded so much, and as color spread so far, this book, reprinted in seven editions and distributed in twenty countries and hailed by Vogue magazine as one out of the nine significant iconic classic art books for the last five decades, intends to discuss his work as part of that continuous artistic evolution. ‘Foxy Lady’ will be held up as a crucial, cultural pivot of the Eighties, an outstanding milestone. Leidmann has garnered numerous prestigious recognition awards including the New York Art Director’s Club Gold Award. Following his first monograph would be six others amongst them the 80s ‘Bananasplit’ , ‘SILICON’, ‘POTO- PUBLICS’ and ‘AD/ART’.
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