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Waiting for Food, Number 3: More Restaurant Placemat Drawings

Robert Crumb, R. Crumb

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ISBN 10: 1896597580 / ISBN 13: 9781896597584
Published by U.S.A.: Drawn and Quarterly, 2004
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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R. Crumb (1943-) 1st EDITION BY DRAWN AND QUARTERLY. Third in a series of "More Restaurant Placement Drawings" Sketchbook drawings. Most sketches identified by date, place, and/or person. Lots of crosshatching. Approx 11 x 8. Illustrated boards. Photographs on inside boards. No dust jacket (intentional). Top and bottom front and back boards slightly bumped A 1-centimeter semicircle missing from right bottom free end paper and a similar one in same place on front paste down. Unpaginated. All sketches in B/W. FREE WITH THIS ORDER: Vols. 1-4 reprints (2014) of HUP comics (adults only) by Crumb Comics. Originally printed 1987-1992. Brand new. All art and stories by R. Crumb. Bookseller Inventory # A0032

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Title: Waiting for Food, Number 3: More Restaurant ...

Publisher: U.S.A.: Drawn and Quarterly

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: 1st Edition

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Synopsis:

This is the third book in successful series of occasional sketches by the grandfather of American alternative comix. These sketches reveal another side-- a contemplative side-- to the controversial artist, renowned for his taboo-breaking satires of American society. With his intricate cross-hatching and observant line, the drawings here show Crumb as an imaginative chronicler of everyday life.

About the Author:

Robert Crumb is a legend in comix. Loved and hated internationally, he is one of the founders of alternative comix in the 1960s. Controversial, to put it mildly, he satirized every institution with smashed taboos. Crumb has become an icon of the American underground of the 1960s to comix fans and pop culture buffs. He lives in France, illustrating and designing books and records.

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