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Ralph Idris Steadman (born 15 May 1936) is a British illustrator best known for his collaboration and friendship with the American writer Hunter S. Thompson. Steadman is renowned for his political and social caricatures, cartoons and picture books, his hyperactive, ultra-expressionistic style since becoming the visual style of Gonzo Journalism.

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Books Authored and Illustrated

  • Still Life with Raspberry: Or, The Bumper Book of Steadman (1969)
  • The little red computer (1969)
  • No Room to Swing a Cat (1974)
  • America (1974)
  • The bridge (1975)
  • Cherrywood Cannon (1978)
  • Emergency Mouse (1978)
  • Two donkeys and a bridge (1983)
  • Between the eyes (1984)
  • I, Leonardo (1985)
  • Paranoids (1986)
  • Quasimodo Mouse (1987)
  • Scar Strangled Banger (1988)
  • The Big I Am (1988)
  • No Room to Swing a Cat (1989)
  • Tales of the Weird (1990)
  • Teddy! Where Are You? (1994)
  • Jones of Colorado (1995)
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  • The Grapes of Ralph: Wine According to Ralph Steadman (1996)
  • The Book of Jones: A Tribute to the Mercurial, Manic, and Utterly Seductive Cat (1997)
  • Still Life with Bottle: Whisky According to Ralph Steadman (1997)
  • Sigmund Freud (1997)
  • Gonzo: The Art (1998)
  • Doodaaa: The Balletic Art of Gavin Twinge (2002)
  • Untrodden Grapes (2005)
  • The Joke's Over: Memories of Hunter S. Thompson (2006)
  • The Joke's Over: Bruised Memories: Gonzo, Hunter S. Thompson, and Me (2006)
  • Garibaldi's Biscuits (2009)
  • The Ralph Steadman Book of Dogs (2011)
  • The Ralph Steadman Book of Cats (2012)
  • Extinct Boids (2012)
  • Nextinction: Critically Endangered Birds of the World (2015)
  • Little.com (2016)
  • Critical Critters (2017)
  • Ralph Steadman: A Life in Ink (2020)


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