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Zacron - Lambert M Surhone, Mariam T Tennoe, Susan F Henssonow (Ed) Betascript Publishing 2010
Zacron is best known for designing and the iconic led Zeppelin III album cover for his friend Jimmy Page in the 1970s. However, this album cover, most recently polled amongst the world's top four, is merely a small component of a vast and varied body of work by Zacron spanning five decades. The study of his work reveals that Zacron is multisided and multitalented. The artist has a robust ethos of independence and bravery, a lifelong quest for knowledge.
The success of the album cover stems from Zacron's vigourous creative spirit and creative process. It is absolutely apt that Zacron's work has a close association to rock and roll. He is fearless in his approach and driven to communicate his assertions. He's art unifies human experience, making a splintered world whole.
Zacron is an advocate and activist, promoting the transformative qualities of art which have the capacity to unify human experience. His work tells stories about human experience often through symbols. His compositions often embody a wonderful quality of looking both ancient and futuristic simultaneously. He writes for the BBC, 'Ultimately, art impels us towards a whole -world consciousness. By extending beyond the self, art has the capacity to be the spiritual diviner.
Rather unique to his generation. Zacron has wholeheartedly embraced new media regarding it as an exceptional tool not to be ignored. His creativity and curiosity has taken him into many territories, and he is truly multidisciplinary. He has made prolific forays into sculpture, philosophy, cosmology, critical writing, campaigning for freedom of expression and entrepreneurism.
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