Eric Cash was born in Dallas, Texas and, like most of the other kids in the 1960s, he grew up listening to The Beatles. He has always loved drawing and painting - and, The Beatles have been one of his most favorite subjects to paint.
At the age of six, Eric won his very first art contest, and he continued to win art competitions, selling his first painting at the age of nineteen.
Eric's talent immediately found him in high demand and he landed a job as Senior illustrator at the Fossil Studios where he developed a 1950s retro American advertising art style which is still his personal trademark.
Mr. Cash's work has been seen all over the globe: Ads for Super Bowl XLlX, cover and interior art for books and magazines, Time's Square advertisements, on sports trading cards, and Rock Concert posters, to name but a few. Eric's career continued to move on successfully for years, but then, he decided that one of his earliest (and greatest) passions deserved resurrection. And so, Eric Cash created numerous, and most highly acclaimed works of The Beatles, world-wide, - both individual and group.
Now, in his collaboration with author Judith Kristen, Eric delivers his artwork in a new way, captivating fans of all ages - with his magically visual sounds of yesterday.