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Six Nudes with Baguettes Postcard Set


Six Nudes with Baguettes Postcard Set
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    SIX NUDES WITH BAGUETTES

    An unusual accordion-style set of two-color postcards created when a group of six leading cartoonists got together in France. Each uniquely met the challenge of creating "a nude with a baguette." Participating artists were Robert Crumb, Aline Kominsky-Crumb, Art Spiegelman, Peter Poplaski, Frank Stack, and Lorenzo Mattotti.

    Each two-color card measures approximately 4 x 6 inches. The folded "accordion" is thick enough to have a "spine" with title for display on a shelf. Seven postcards in all, counting Crumb's hand-lettered title card (above).

    Crumb's primary card features a typically zaftig woman. His wife Aline drew the only male nude while Zorro-obsessed Poplaski has his nude fencing with the baguette. Pulitzer Prize winning Spiegelman (Maus) places his title subjects fittingly in a concentration camp. Italian graphic novel artist Mattotti's nude is covered with exotic tattoos. Frank Stack is better known to some underground comix fans as Foolbert Sturgeon. Most of these cards are also available from us as individual cards (key artist name and/or "postcard" in our search engine) but what we are offering here is the accordion-style set (each card is connected to the other). Issued on heavy card stock (we hate wimpy postcards!) in 1997 by Kitchen Sink Press.

    Click here to see a detailed close-up of each postcard:

     

    Peter Poplaski

     

    R. Crumb

     

    Lorenzo Mattotti

     

    Art Spiegelman

     

    Frank Stack

     

    Aline Kominsky-Crumb

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    Six Nudes with Baguettes Postcard Set

    SIX NUDES WITH BAGUETTES

    An unusual accordion-style set of two-color postcards created when a group of six leading cartoonists got together in France. Each uniquely met the challenge of creating "a nude with a baguette." Participating artists were Robert Crumb, Aline Kominsky-Crumb, Art Spiegelman, Peter Poplaski, Frank Stack, and Lorenzo Mattotti.

    Each two-color card measures approximately 4 x 6 inches. The folded "accordion" is thick enough to have a "spine" with title for display on a shelf. Seven postcards in all, counting Crumb's hand-lettered title card (above).

    Crumb's primary card features a typically zaftig woman. His wife Aline drew the only male nude while Zorro-obsessed Poplaski has his nude fencing with the baguette. Pulitzer Prize winning Spiegelman (Maus) places his title subjects fittingly in a concentration camp. Italian graphic novel artist Mattotti's nude is covered with exotic tattoos. Frank Stack is better known to some underground comix fans as Foolbert Sturgeon. Most of these cards are also available from us as individual cards (key artist name and/or "postcard" in our search engine) but what we are offering here is the accordion-style set (each card is connected to the other). Issued on heavy card stock (we hate wimpy postcards!) in 1997 by Kitchen Sink Press.

    Click here to see a detailed close-up of each postcard:

     

    Peter Poplaski

     

    R. Crumb

     

    Lorenzo Mattotti

     

    Art Spiegelman

     

    Frank Stack

     

    Aline Kominsky-Crumb
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