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    Al Jaffee MAD Magazine #141 Page 51 Inside Back Cover Fold-In Illustration Painting Original Art (EC, 1971). Al Jaffee's very first MAD Fold-In was in issue #86 in 1964. Since then, he has had a mind-blowing, almost uninterrupted run in every single issue since! That's over fifty years of frantic fans mangling their copies of "MAD Magazine" to read the punchline and see the hidden gag artwork! The printed version asks "What is contributing most of the breakdown of communication between people?" Created in mixed media on illustration board with a matted image area of 16.5" x 20.25" and overall size of 22.5" x 26". The board is lightly toned, has mild handling wear, pinholes, adhesive staining around the upper area text, all text are stat paste-ups, and an acetate overlay with some text paste-ups. Signed in lower area and in the art is in Excellent condition.

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