He is famous for his psychedelic, trippy, collage style images of the Beatles, and created album covers from the 60's and 70's. He is apparently most famous for the picture book "The Butterfly Ball & the Grasshopper Feast" which is a series of illustrations featuring insects and other creatures.
His style is very reminiscent of the Beatles film Yellow Submarine - of which us O'Leary kids greatly enjoyed as on rainy days.
He has more recently collaborated with brands such as Paul Smith and Mac Cosmetics (see below)
|This poster for Andy Warhol’s film “Chelsea Girls” was designed by Alan Aldridge in 1966 and features model Penelope Tree. The artist was arrested with the accusation of pornography.|
|KALEIDOSCOPE by Alan Aldridge|
|Alan Aldridge for Paul Smith - on right Miles and Alan Aldridge for Mac Cosmetics|
|From Eye Magazine|