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Dédicace de Marc-Antoine MATHIEU

Sketch
1995
Ink
22 x 17 cm (8,66 x 6,69 in.)
Couverture de l'album qui se lit dans les 2 sens
Ex-Libris
Dédicace qui utilise l'illustration du 'Journal de bord' de Corto Maltese

Description

Dédicace de "Le début de la fin", Tome 4 de 'Julius Corentin Acquefacques* prisonnier des rêves' (Delcourt, avril 1995).
* Acquefacques est l'envers phonétique de Kafka.
"Dans ce tome, l'auteur nous propose 2 histoires inversées, chacune étant la fin (ou le début, suivant dans quel sens on lit cet album ...) de l'autre. Et comme dans un jeu de miroir, les magnifiques grands à-plats de noirs et de blancs se retrouvent également inversés d'une histoire à l'autre !"

About Marc-Antoine Mathieu

Marc-Antoine Mathieu was born in Antony (Hauts-de-Seine), and raised in Angers. After attending art school in Angers, Mathieu co-founded the art agency Lucie Lom, which is best known for organizing exhibitions in Angoulême, Blois Paris and Bastia. He made his comic debut in 1987, when Futuropolis published his first album, 'Paris-Mâcon', which he had created with his brother Jean-Luc. During the nineties, he created several albums with the character 'Julius Corentin Acquefacques' for Delcourt, notable for their Kafkaesque style. Text (c) Lambiek

Thematics

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