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    Robert Crumb Bijou Funnies #7 "Honeybunch Kaminsky" Illustration Original Art (Kitchen Sink, 1972). That round-headed man in overalls with the big pie-eyes that starred in many a comic book advertisement appears again, this time helping himself to the natural, wholesome goodness of R. Crumb's teenybopper heroine, Honeybunch Kaminsky. Rumor has it that Crumb met his future wife Aline because she looked so much like this character -- and was actually going by the Honeybunch name (Aline's first husband was named Kaminsky) at the time! This ink, graphite, and white out piece, which first appeared as the inside front cover to Bijou #7, has an image area of approximately 10" x 12.5" and in Excellent condition.

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    May, 2011
    5th-6th Thursday-Friday
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