DescriptionRobert Crumb Julie Spool Original Art (c. 1960s). An excellent example of the old-time wooden spools R. Crumb collected and drew human faces on, this time a young, doe-eyed female named Julie. Crumb's spool art, displayed to the world in the Terry Zwigoff 1994 documentary film, is rarely seen in person, and that's a real shame, as these are very charming bits of Americana from the gifted hand of Crumb. This piece, drawn in ink and green crayon, stands approximately 2" tall and 1.5" at its widest points. In Excellent condition.
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