Catch-22 Art Print (Diane Dear – Artist)
Joseph Heller’s astounding Catch-22 was published in 1961, and is one of the most important and funny novels of the twentieth century. Largely based on Heller’s own experiences with the US Air Force during World War II, Catch-22 manages to be both hilarious and devestating all at once. Exploring the madness behind bombing civilian targets in order to bring about “Peace”, Heller’s book has become probably the most famous anti-war novel in modern history.
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About the Artist
This print was designed for LitVox by Diane Dear. Diane Dear is a London-based designer from Dublin, Ireland. She studied at NCAD and graduated with a Joint BA in Visual Communications and the History of Art and Design. She worked as a designer in Dublin for a year thereafter. Diane now lives in London. She specialises in branding and identity design, with a strong emphasis on typography. Her passion for art, nourished by the sweeping amount of galleries and museums across London, has a continuous impact on her work and inspires her thinking throughout every part of a project. You can browse more of Diane’s excellent work here.
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