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Robert Crumb. Sketchbook

Page Extent:444 pages
Book Size:205 x 270 mm (Height x Width x Depth)

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Called the Bruegel of underground art, Robert Crumb is an American icon of comic introspection, cultural satire, and sexual obsession. His pen and ink drawings first documented, then shaped, the1960s/70s counterculture. This new collection presents an affordable 444-page trip through the hippie years, 1968–1975, personally sourced by the artist from his original sketchbooks. “The underground comic artist and gifted dirty old man handpicks his finest unsavory doodles.” — The Huffington Post, New York

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