The first collected work of the LA underground art world’s favorite wunderkind, Elizabeth McGrath. 112 pages of full-color photos and detail shots reveal the exquisitely complex details of her sweetly twisted creatures, giving a glimpse of what the City of Misfit Toys might have become had it been saved by Satan rather than Santa. Upon first viewing, McGrath’s colorful, mummified creatures are gothic oddities, but their undeniable artistry immediately draws one in, revealing their touching curiosities, transforming their grotesqueness into tortured beauty.
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Elizabeth McGrath has spent nearly a decade as a stylist and art director for fashion and film. She sings for the band Ms. Derringer. McGrath's work has appeared in numerous books, including Pop Surrealism: The Rise of Underground Art (Last Gasp), Vicious, Delicious, and Ambitious: 20th Century Women Artists (Schiffer), 100 Artist See Satan (Last Gasp), Weirdo Deluxe (Chronicle) and Ox-Op. Paper, The Face, Anthem, Juxtapoz, Cessna, and The Lowdown have embraced her. She has been featured in numerous international group shows and a solo show at La Luz de Jesus gallery in Los Angeles.
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