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    Jack "Jaxon" Jackson Adventures of Oat Willie #1 Story Page 10 Original Art (Austintatious, Inc., 1987). Jackson's lively pen-and-ink work (and knockout hand-lettering) propel the origin of Texas-weird icon Oat Willie -- a character who is to the Austin hipster scene what Robert Crumb's Mr. Natural was to San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury scene of the 1960s. Jackson was a pioneer of the Underground Comix movement -- starting in Texas, then branching to Frisco, alongside such cutting-edge compadres as Crumb and Gilbert Shelton. His return to Texas found Jackson, alias Jaxon, as attuned as ever to the Lone Star hipster scene. Hence his involvement with Oat Willie, utilizing a uniquely Austin-ite character who had originated in a Shelton cartoon. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 8" x 11.5". Faint toning. Excellent condition.

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