DescriptionJay Lynch Projunior #1 Cover Original Art (Kitchen Sink, 1971). Several of the most important Underground Comix artists were part of the popular fanzine movement that lasted from the late 1950s into the early '60s. Don Dohler published one called Wild! between 1961 and 1963; contributors included Jay Lynch, Skip Williamson, and Art Spiegelman. Don's main character was a kid with a flat-top haircut and "reverse" eyes (black with white pupils), called Pro Junior (sometimes written as Projunior). When Lynch started getting published in Undergrounds, he started drawing the character, as did Robert Crumb in a couple of stories. This is the cover to the only Projunior solo book, an Underground classic; it's drawn in ink and white paint/whiteout over graphite on Bristol board. The image area measures approximately 9" x 12". Very Good condition with minor handling wear and light toning. From the Eric Sack Collection.
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