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    Guy Peellaert Pravda La Survireuse Planche 48 (Eric Losfeld, 1968). «Guy Peellaert était à l'Europe ce qu'Andy Warhol était à l'Amérique - sauf que Guy avait plus de talent! ». Jim Steranko, quelle introduction!Au milieu des années soixante, Peellaert, d'origine belge, s'installe à Paris, où il commence à travailler comme annonceur, décorateur de théâtres et artiste de bande dessinée. Il a conçu des décors pour le célèbre Crazy Horse, le Casino de Paris et la compagnie de ballet Roland Petit. En 1966, le magazine satirique de bande dessinée Hara-Kiri ("le journal bête et méchant") publie 'Les aventures de Jodelle', première bande dessinée de Peellaert, sorte de satire psychédélique des romans d'espionnage, des albums Astérix et de Flash Gordon. Pour sa deuxième bande dessinée, Pravda, la surviveuse, publiée en 1967, Peellaert s'inspire de Françoise Hardy. Pravda est le chef d'un gang de motards entièrement féminin qui traverse un les USA à la Mad Max. La bande dessinée fut un succès instantané sur la scène underground européenne et est maintenant considérée comme une œuvre d'art classique. Elle a fait l'objet d'expositions au musée d'Orsay et au Centre Pompidou et a reçu les éloges de Jean-Luc Godard, Mick Jagger et Federico Fellini, qui l'appelaient « la littérature de l'intelligence, de l'imaginaire et du romantisme ». De source familiale, seules 18 à 20 pages de cette histoire ont survécu, la plupart portant des plis divers dû à la manière dont ces pièces étaient stockées chez l'éditeur, la page proposée en fait partie. Encre de Chine sur papier Bristol avec une superficie d'image de 47 x 61 cm. Plis au travers. White out. Trous d'épingles. Coin inférieur droit légèrement plié. En Bonne Condition.
    Guy Peellaert Pravda La Survireuse Story Page 48 Original Art (Eric Losfeld, 1968). "Guy Peellaert was to Europe what Andy Warhol was to America - except that Guy had more talent!" ---Jim Steranko. What an introduction! In the mid sixties, Peellaert moved to Paris, where he started working as an advertiser, set designer for theaters, and comic strip artist. He designed sets for the famous Crazy Horse saloon, the Casino de Paris and the Roland Petit ballet company. In 1966, the satirical comic magazine Hara-Kiri ("le journal bête et méchant") published Les aventures de Jodelle, the first comic strip from Peellaert, kind of a psychedelic satire of spy romans, Asterix comics and Flash Gordon. For his second comic strip, Pravda, la surviveuse, published in 1967, Peellaert was inspired by another chanteuse, Françoise Hardy. Pravda is the leader of an all-female motorcycle gang which rides across a Mad Max-like American landscape. The comic was an instant hit on the European underground scene and is now looked upon as a classic piece of art. It has been featured in exhibitions at the Musée d'Orsay and the Pompidou Centre and received praise from Jean-Luc Godard, Mick Jagger and Federico Fellini, who called it "the literature of intelligence, imagination and romanticism". From family source, only 18 to 20 pages of this story have survived, most of them bearing various folds due to the way these pieces were stored at the publisher, the proposed page is one of them. Ink on Bristol paper with an image area of ??18.5" x 24". Creasing throughout, whiteout corrections. Pinholes. In Good condition.


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