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This major photographic reference, documents colorful artists whose revolutionary work still influences the arts today. Featuring 50 candid photographic portraits from the archives of intrepid reporter, Clay Geerdes, as well as artwork and writings , it places faces with such names as R.Crumb, Rober Williams, Gilbert Shelton, Kim Deitch, Trina Robbins, Spain, S. Clay Wilson, Vaughn Bode, Shary Flenniken, Bill stout, Justin Green, and Bill Griffith.
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Malcolm Whyte is a veteran collector of original cartoon art and founder of the Cartoon art Museum in San Francisco. As a book publisher he has spent more than 30 years working with graphic artists, has written several catalogs on cartoon art, and co-authored Great Comic Cats with veteran comic historian, Bill Blackbeard. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife, Karen and their minature bull terrier, Panda.Review:
" a wonderfully informative nd heartfulet artifact depicting a true art community of the early to mid-70s..." -- Jon Cooke, Comic Book Artist magazine
"It's great!" -- Maggie Thompson, Comics Buyers Guide
"This is a one-of-a-kind book and documents an important part of San Francisco's unique art history." -- Jennifer Joseph, S.F. Bay Guardian
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