Tuesday, April 22, 2014
FACE TO FACE is a coffee table book of interviews with 35 people "some likable, some not, each famous in America or England, each revealed in such a way as to make them better known to us in a few minutes than people we've known all our lives."
Hugh Burnett edits, with outstandingly loose and gripping portraits by Feliks Topolski. It's copyright 1964 by both men.
Pretty much every person in this book gets a gatefold with a portrait and maybe another, smaller drawing. John Huston's crew and its boom mike overlap with the text. Each piece is only takes a few minutes to read.
These kind of books are not produced now. And if they were, it would be actors and pop stars -- people who have fans who would buy. And there would be no Topolski drawings.
The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.:
Posted by Mike Lynch at 8:13 AM