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Not so much honored as reimagined, Moby-Dick in Kish's hands is the vertiginous immersive experience Melville intended.
In an age of soulless, cookie-cutter computer illustrations, Matt Kish's intense and obsessive drawings, paintings, and montages are a riotous delight. Kish's artwork renews our age-old love of expressive handmade imagery. He humanizes his material in way that has all but disappeared from the design scene. It's great to see that passion again.
Paula Scher, Pentagram
[A] wondrous compendium . . . sometimes vibrant, sometimes somber, Kishs images are relentlessly fresh and eye-catching . . . Even the least visual readers will feel energized by Kishs artistry and his obvious passion for Melvilles work.
"Conjuring the frenetic energy of tempest-tossed waves so integral to Moby-Dick's setting, the artist's bold, full-page drawings in highly saturated colors illustrate passages he's called out, but also extend the narrative to suggest that modern-day man hungers to fulfill his self-proclaimed destiny every bit as much as the legendary whalers did .clearly infused with an intense joy that only comes from following one's heart."
ForeWord Book Reviews
I'm in love with Kish's art work .Who knows, Matt Kish may be the impetus to finally read Moby-Dick.
"Woven of equal parts visual mastery and creative bravery, Moby-Dick in Pictures is a treasure in and of itself, one that not only pays homage to Melville, but also reimagines what it means to embark on a modern-day epic voyage of creative restlessness."
"Kish has done something really fascinating [in Moby-Dick in Pictures]. He has not only re-imagined Moby Dick for a modern audience. He has also slyly, almost imperceptibly, yanked this nineteenth century novel into the twenty-first century, underlining its relevance for the post-post-modern world. These illustrations are not simply a sideshow to the novel: they are a well-thought out pleasure that enhances the enjoyment and understanding of Melvilles work."
"The overall impact of Moby-Dick in Pictures is stunning "