Eventually Everything Connects

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Nobrow Press
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8.0 X 13.5 X 0.4 inches | 1.2 pounds
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About the Author

Loris Lora is a Los Angeles based freelance illustrator and a graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. Loris has had her work published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the Nobrow magazine. In addition, her artwork has been featured in galleries across the globe. Eventually Everything Connects was a project she started while attending Art Center which highlights the relationships and connections of creatives during a very innovative and exciting time period in design.


A 2016 Eisner Nominee for Best Publication Design
An LA TIMES Top Book of 2015

"A lovely addition to library collections of art, design, and film, as well as a wonderful inspiration for student projects."
--School Library Journal

"Through stunning illustrations in a format only a human with the very longest of arms could possibly hold, we find that somehow, everyone from Frank Sinatra to Judy Garland to Walt Disney are connected with 20th century design's golden couple, Charles and Ray Eames."
--Design Week

"Eventually Everything Connects" works like a panorama, sweeping from private to public settings: the Eames' house to the set of "Vertigo" to the Brown Derby and the Beverly Hills Hotel. The idea is to...establish a sense of the ways in which ideas, art and expression, overlap. In "Eventually Everything Connects," Lora celebrates (both literally and figuratively) this horizontal vision, in stunning imagistic terms."
--LA Times