DescriptionPeter Green Chicago Mirror #1 Cover Original Art (Jay Lynch/Mirror Publishing, 1967). Jay Lynch's Chicago Mirror was an Underground magazine with comics that, after only three issues, morphed into the classic Underground Comix title Bijou Funnies. Here's the original cover art of that historic first issue, a very detailed pen and ink piece that shows incredible talent. We're not certain, but we believe the artist went on to a successful career in Advertising Art, and did little or no additional comix work. This cover is drawn in ink on paper, with an image area of 7.5" x 10". It's trimmed close to the art, and has some light rubber cement stains on the reverse; otherwise, it's in Excellent condition. From the Eric Sack Collection.
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