Rare Robert Crumb Original Color Art (1987). "Sassy" the Sasquatch, from the series. "Whiteman Meets Bigfoot" (1971) Excellent condition. On the lower right in heavy black pencil, is one of the few and rare color pieces for this. Most of the art for "Whiteman Meets Bigfoot", even for the earlier 1970's.Appears as black and white, graphite pencil or ink work. This example is an incredibly lush. And very refined full-color illustration at a much larger dimension.
Medium appears to be a pastel base, with incredible prisma and additional media over-texture. The substrate is a medium-rough, textured, watercolor paper and artwork/paper is approximately. Artwork is in incredibly excellent condition, please review pics. And, as impeccable as this one is, it goes quite a bit further with an inestimable. Amount of "personal" eye appeal...
She's sexy, larger than life, and is looking. Right at you, challenging you... Something very rare and exciting for.
Any artwork, let alone a Crumb... This particular work was originally conceived as an extension of his "Whiteman Meets Bigfoot". Story from Home Grown Funnies (1971). In the late 1970s, a neighbor of Crumbs, Boyd Jacobson.
Was interested in turning the "Bigfoot" story into a feature film. Jacobson, a TV commercial director. And fan of Crumbs work, started to draft a screenplay and solicited Crumb to provide illustrations.These together they would use as a "pitch-book" to find a studio producer. Provided about 17 black and white illustrations for the project, and over the course of a decade. Later Crumb worked with Terry Zwigoff on a second, expanded. Screenplay, but in the late 80's the project was finally shelved. Direct the acclaimed documentary, Crumb. 1943 is the legendary counter-culture, comic artist who contributed seminally. To the underground comics movement of the 1960s. Well-known not only for his classic and. Highly successful Zap Comix series, but for multiple other titles which included Fritz the Cat.
Natural, Angelfood McSpade, Despair, Uneeda, Big Ass Comics, Motor City Comics. Last Gasp, and Home Grown Funnies through multiple publishing venues including Apex.Novelties, Print Mint, Rip Off Press, and Kitchen Sink Press. He has worked with some. Of the best known artists of the San Francisco-based psychedelic counter-culture. Movement, including Victor Moscoso, Rick Griffin, and Clay Wilson. The content of these works was often very controversial, and included extremes of.
Violence, sex, pornography, tabooed practices, death, and generalized misogyny. And anti-social behavior, which, at the time was a poignant criticism and parody of. His influence for nearly 50 years on mainstream culture. And art in general, and for successive generations of artists is quite profound.His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums internationally to wide acclaim. Even more minor titles and. Full-color works, relative to number and kind of graphite pencil and ink works, are limited. This impeccable example of a larger- sized, classic work will remain a. Favorable investment for years to come, specially in consideration of. The absolute number of color works extant. If you have any specific questions about. Condition please do not hesitate to contact me. Ships priority, insured, certified, signature confirmation, and has witnessed. If for any reason youre not satisfied. PLEASE contact me prior to leaving feedback. The item "R Crumb Original Art (1987) Sassy the Sasquatch, Whiteman Meets Bigfoot, Exc" is in sale since Monday, June 11, 2018.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Comics\Original Comic Art\Drawings, Sketches". The seller is "marstritze_0" and is located in Pasadena, California. This item can be shipped to United States.