For sale - Dayak by Philippe Adamov - Original art
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Dayak

Original art
1993
Pencil
40 x 28 cm (15.75 x 11.02 in.)
Price : 250 €  [$]
Un magnifique visage...

Description

Dayak
Dessin et scénario: Adamov Philippe
Tome 1 "Ghetto 9" 1993
crayonné préparatoire planche 22
28/40 cm

Comment

En Afrique, dans un futur indéterminé, un consortium exploite à outrance les ressources du continent.
Et quand Dayak découvre que l'homme qui dirige cet empire technologique n'est autre que son propre frère, la lutte prend une dimension fascinante. Un décor de feu et de sable pour un récit qui possède l'énergie et la force des meilleures sagas de S-F et confirme le talent visionnaire du dessin d'Adamov.

Publication

  • Esquisses
  • Glénat
  • 04/1993
  • Interior page

About Philippe Adamov

Philippe Adamov was born as Philippe Adamoff in London, UK, but he eventually settled in France. He studied briefly at the École Estienne art school and then found employment with Studios René Laloux. After a promising start as a science fiction illustrator in Paris, Adamov found his way to comics with the fairytale-like 'Seule au Monde' published in Okapi in 1983. Soon he made his name with the samurai series 'Le Vent des Dieux', that was written by Patrick Cothias and published in Vécu from 1985. After five episodes, he handed over the artwork to Thierry Gioux. Also with Cothias, he conceived 'Les Eaux de Mortelune', a dynamic science fiction story set amidst the ruins of a post-apocalyptic Paris, that was published by Glénat between 1986 and 2000. Between 1993 and 1997, he made the science fiction trilogy 'Dayak' for the publishing house Glénat. For the same publisher, he launched 'L'Impératrice Rouge' with writer Jean Dufaux, another post-apocalyptic series, that was inspired by the movie by Josef von Sternberg. It ran from 1999 to 2003. Adamov moved to publisher Albin Michel in 2004 for the creation of 'La Malédiction de Zener', which he created with Jean-Christophe Grangé until 2009. He returned to Glénat in 2012 to create his next project with Jean Dufaux, the sci-fi series 'Dakota'. Text (c) Lambiek

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