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Rallé, also known as Master of the Town of Consuls (MTC), is an American artist whose work has most recently been shown in the Meisel Gallery and the Bruce R. Lewin Fine Art in New York City. His paintings have accompanied several articles in the magazine Omni, and appeared as covers of several books. Rallé's work has also been featured in Time Life Books,Esquire, Penthouse, Gulf-communicator, Toronto Life, Graphics Annual and American Illustration 3. He published an autobiography in 2003, which won the 2004 Sappi European Printer of the Year gold award.
Rallé- Master of the Town of Consuls (2003). The book was published by Antilope Art Books in Lier, Belgium. Commentaries were provided by Marcel van Jole - founder of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Antwerp (MuHKA), Yonah Foncé - curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Antwerp (MuHKA), and Michel Gaudet - both an artist and an art critic.
The Minds's Eye - The art of OMNI (2014). The book will be published by Powerhouse books. Authors: Jeremy Frommer, Rick Schwartz, and Ben Bova. The Mind’s Eye: The Art of Omni is the very first publication to celebrate the stunning details of the exceptional science fiction imagery of the era in an oversized format. The Mind’s Eye will contain approximately 175 or more images from the contributing Omni artists including Jon Berkey, Chris Moore, H.R. Giger, Rafal Olbinski, De Es Schwertberger, Rallé, Tsuneo Sanda, Hajime Sorayama, Robert McCall, Robert Venosa, and Colin Hay among many more along with quotes from artists, contributors, writers, and critics.