"Shel Silverstein was maybe the brightest, most intelligent, trustworthy, generous, human, humble, and lovable creative artist I've ever known. Awake and aware of everything, all the time, I think Shel go more out of life than most of us. Thank God he shared what he saw." -- Kris KristoffersonReseña del editor:
Displaying the wit and marvelous drawings that made Shel Silverstein one of the most beloved artists of the century, "Playboy's Silverstein Around the World" collects and reproduces the twenty-three travel pieces Silverstein created for "Playboy" between 1957 and 1968.
While children and adults alike know Shel Silverstein for his classic books "The Giving Tree, A Light in the Attic," and "Where the Sidewalk Ends," they may be less aware that Silverstein also created a dazzling series of illustrated comic travelogues published by Hugh M. Hefner in "Playboy." "Playboy's Silverstein Around the World" not only reproduces these fascinating articles in facsimile form, it also provides an introduction with never-before-seen photos and drawings and rare, illuminating biographical detail.
Beginning in May 1957 with "Return to Tokyo," the pieces reproduced in this book took Silverstein from Scandinavia to Africa and the Middle East, from Paris and London to Moscow, ending in the summer of 1968 with the two-part epic "Silverstein Among the Hippies." This unique collection is a legacy of the close relationship between Silverstein and Hefner, who saw the great potential of this particular combination of artist and assignment, and the social revolution led by "Playboy" in the 1950s and 1960s.
With its wry, ribald humor and beautifully produced color illustrations, this tableau of the mid-twentieth-century world is sure to please and fascinate Silverstein's millions of fans.
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