The Man Who Knew It All - Illustration by Alex Tait

Tue 10 Mar 2015

The Man Who Knew It All, which was published in 2014, includes 98 creative case studies, as well as 100 pictures by talented illustrators; including jelly’s very own Alex Tait.

The book celebrates the creativity and imagination of outstanding artists from Luis Bunuel to Monty Python and Rauschenberg to “The Sopranos.” In a series of true stories, Ramanauskas and Sabolius detail how people from different backgrounds have exercised their visionary minds to come up with extraordinary solutions and ideas.

The illustrators included were asked to visualize “the man who knew everything,” and this spectacular pink-bearded man was the result of Alex Tait’s imagination run free. Check out more of his fantastic work here.