DescriptionJack Cole - Playboy, July, 1956 Illustration Original Art (Playboy, 1956). A "Femme Fatale" has cut victory-notches in her thigh and the bodycount is rapidly mounting! Jack Cole's drawing was published on page 71 of the July, 1956 issue of Playboy This work was created two years before Jack Cole's tragic death in 1958. After creating the wildly successful superhero maverick Plastic Man, and drawing the feature for sixteen years, Cole moved on and conquered a new world of "girlie magazine" cartoons. In 1955, with the growing success of Playboy, and a lucrative offer from Hugh Hefner, Jack Cole relocated from New York City to Chicago. Jack Cole's work for Playboy was essential and helped establish the magazine's style and verve. The image area is approximately 7" x 11", and the art is in Excellent condition.
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