The 368-page hardback collates drawings—including those featured in the New Yorker and the New York Times—from the past ten years.
The Norwegian illustrator, most famous for his work for Todd Terje and the New Yorker, will release Tegning, Form Og Farge, a 368-page hardback that collates a selection of drawings from the last ten years.
Kaltenborn, who has also contributed to the New York Times, the Washington Post and Google, is known for a colourful, surrealist style that has helped define the visual aesthetic for Terje's catalogue since 2012's It's The Arps.
"In addition to just present my work I wanted to give a glimpse into my working process as well," Kaltenborn told Resident Advisor, "and since I work very chaotic and gut feeling-based it's been like solving a messy mystery. I've done a lot of writing for the book and it has a running commentary track where I'm raving on about how I work and offering small anectodes about some of the pieces. Like the fact that the cover for Todd Terje and Lindstrøm's Lanzarote was meant as a joke, but they both wanted to use it."
Read our 2014 Under The Covers interview with Kaltenborn.