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"5 est le numéro parfait"

Sketch
2003
Pencil
27 x 19 cm (10.63 x 7.48 in.)
Couverture
Couverture recto

Description

Dédicace de "5 es le numéro parfait" (Casterman, 2002)

Baru : 'Un putain d'album comme j'aimerais en faire plus souvent'
Loustal : '...somptueux découpage et le subtil traitement de la lumière par une bichromie bleutée. Une grande bande dessinée d'auteur en pleine maturité, ambitieuse, qui explore de nouveaux domaines aux confins du roman du cinéma et de la bande dessinée'
Seth : 'Graphiquement admirable et rythmé d'une manière magistrale, chaque planche est un instant étudié dans ses moindres détails et figé dans le temps'

About Igort

Igor Tuveri is one of the most prominent graphic novelists of Italy, who works under the pen name Igort. With his artistic roots in the Bolognese new wave art movement of the early 1980s, he has worked for publishing houses from Italy, France and even Japan. Recurring elements in his work are Russian and Japanese culture. With a varied oeuvre ranging from experimental comics and non-fiction work with a strong political engagement, Igort is one of the most widely translated Italian authors with editions of his books appearing in English, French, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, German, Dutch, Greek and Portuguese. Igort is furthermore co-founder of the Valvoline art group of the 1980s and of the the renowned Italian publishing house Coconino Press. He ranks such classic authors as Winsor McCay and Lyonel Feininger among his main influences. Text (c) Lambiek

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