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Tony Wright (b. 23 October 1949 London) is an artist who created album covers such as Natty DreadBob Marley, The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys – Traffic and Saved, Bob Dylan.

Two of his designs, Traffic's 1971 album The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys and Steve Winwood's 1980 Arc of a Diver, were listed on Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Album Covers in 1991.

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Selected works

Illustrated books

  • Angel, The Diary of a Mystic 1976.
  • Fantastic Woman, A Song of Songs 1980
  • Hymn of the Sun, by Francis of Assisi. 1990
  • City,1995
  • Dance of Death, Forty Paintings, Forty Quotations. 2006

Selected awards

  • Benjamin Franklin Award. 1991. First Prize. Religion/Metaphysics/Spirituality.
  • Catholic Press Association 1991 Book Award. First prize.
  • Print Magazine. Design Award. 1996
  • American Graphic Design Award 1997
  • Drench Design Award.2005
  • Design Greenproject Award. 2006


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