You and Me and the Devil Makes Three by John Wilson
If there was a word to describe John Wilson, it’d be ‘Big Stick Energy’. We realise this is not a single word – but Ben’s already called dibs on ‘genius’.
Originally credited to Teddy Roosevelt, the words ‘speak softly and carry a big stick’ could not describe John and his work more aptly. His unassuming demeanour hides a profound mind and prodigious understanding of the art – while his magic itself packs the kind of wallop that leaves audiences stunned.
‘You and Me and the Devil Makes Three’ unveils the clandestine world of John Wilson, combining essays, free-thinking and impeccably crafted moments into a single bound collection. Not merely a compendium of magic, it’s a revelation; a journey crafted by a mind that thrives in the shadows, waiting to emerge into the spotlight.
Delivery: Printed 6 x 9 Book. 100 pages. 32 Black and White Illustrations by Brooke Opie. Edited by Jared Kopf.