Hair Icons: The life of an icon from Activism to Zapotec
Certain hairdos are the defining feature of someone’s public image. It’s that level of hair iconic-ness that Luke Tribe has illustrated in this fun, colorful and sassy book. Luke possess one of those encyclopedic brains for pop culture. In this careful curation 100 iconic hairstyles, he brings to this book a truckload of obscure references to film, TV, music and more.
Just some of the hairstyles celebrated in this book include: Cameron Diaz, with the classic cowlick from There’s Something About Mary; Judy Garland, as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz; Susan Sarandon, as Janet in The Rocky Horror Picture Show; The evil Cynthia of The Rugrats; Jennifer Aniston’s “The Rachel”, in Friends; David Bowie’s fluffy mane in Labyrinth; Stranger Things’ Barbara “Barb” Holland, and her humble hairdo; Beyoncé’s Formation-era braids; Justin Timberlake with his 90s noodle hair; Princess Peach, of Super Mario fame); and, of course, Anna Wintour’s indefatigable power-bob.
Luke Tribe is a digital designer and illustrator based in Sydney, Australia. When he’s not rendering complex motion graphics, he’s busy blasting pop bangers and moonlighting as a pop culture nerd.
|Publication Date||5 May 2020|
|Illustrations||100 colour illustrations|
|Rights||World except North & Latin America, Asia, Australia, NZ|