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"Roger Hane revived American illustration toward the fantastic and surreal. Two weeks after being named Artist of the Year, Hane was senselessly murdered. At the time his art graced the covers of New York and Fortune magazines. To graduates at Philadelphia College of Art, foremost American designer, Milton Glaser, who provides the foreword for this tome, said Hane was the best illustrator in America. In this impressive compendium, award-winning visual arts and media producer and friend of Roger Hane, Robert C. Hunsicker, expands upon the illustrator’s career and tragic demise."