"RankinWorks contains 240 pages of stylishly manipulated images of the faces of the Nineties, melting, gorging on chocolate or just set on fire. It's this irreverence to pop iconography that makes the book so accessible." - GQ Humour and a startling imagination have marked out Rankin - co-founder of the street-hip magazine Dazed and Confused -as one of the most outstanding of Britain's contemporary image-makers. RankinWorks explores the entire body of his work during the 1990s, including the best of his early 'anti-fashion' shoots for Dazed and Confused, and his digitally-manipulated advertising work, as well as his often infamous portraits of personalities. Includes images of Madonna, David Bowie, Bono, Richard E Grant and Kate Moss. Designed by Form.