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1961 - Joker by Bill Kresse - Illustration
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1961 - Joker

Illustration
1961
Mixed Media
35 x 25.5 cm (13.78 x 10.04 in.)
Verso du dessin

Description

Revue "Joker" - Dessin humoristique

Inscriptions

Signée (en bas à droite): Bill Kresse

Comment

Dessin publié une première fois dans la revue américaine "Joker" en 1961, puis une seconde fois en 1968 dans "Fun House".
Ces deux copines qui parlent de leurs hommes, l'une blonde et l'autre brune, ont des allures de "Little Annie Fanny"...mais avant l'heure! En effet la BD d'Harvey Kurtzmann et de Will Elder ne sortit qu'en 1962.

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About Bill Kresse

William Joseph "Bill" Kresse was an American cartoonist who drew the comic strip "Super" Duper, which was published in the New York Daily News in the 1960s and 1970s. After graduating from New York City's High School of Art and Design, he began working for the animation studio Terrytoons, in New Rochelle, New York. He went on to design conveyor belt systems before obtaining a job in the art department of the news agency the Associated Press. He went on to become an illustrator and cartoonist at the New York Daily News, the New York Herald-Tribune and other newspapers. Kresse and Rolf Ahlsen created the comic strips "Super" Duper and Scratch, often signed under the joint credit Krahlsen. Kresse received the National Cartoonists Society's 1974 Advertising and Illustration Award

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