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Essai couverture de Psikopat by Paul Carali - Original Cover
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Essai couverture de Psikopat

Original Cover
Watercolor
20 x 15 cm (7.87 x 5.91 in.)
C’est plus petit qu’un A4
Couv psikopat numéro 1 (nouvelle formule/nouveau format)
Couv absurdicus
Visuel pour rencontre avec Carali

Comment

Essai de couverture non retenue pour la couverture de magazine Psikopat!

Il faudrait que je mette un coup de règle dessus pour être sûr des dimensions.
Mais Paul faisait beaucoup d’illustrations de cette taille là à l’époque (j’ai vu son book sur un salon, celle ci était dedans^^)

About Paul Carali

Paul Carali was born in Egypt, but settled in Paris in 1970. He followed in the footsteps of his brother Édika, and pursued an artistic career. He started out illustrating game pages for the magazines of the publishing house Vaillant, but from 1975, he made several short stories and gags for magazines like L'Écho des Savanes, Charlie Mensuel and Hara-Kiri, in a style influenced by Nikita Mandryka. Between 1982 and 1985, he edited the first incarnation Le Petit Psikopat Illustré, an alternative review that featured work by Willem, Roland Topor, Kamagurka, Édika and Carali himself. Carali founded the Éditions Zébu in 1989, and launched a new version of Le Petit Psikopat, later retitled to simply Psikopat. Carali's works have been collected in albums like the 'Docteur Tutut' series, 'L'Amalgame', 'Kwika', 'Les Contes d'un Conteur', 'Quand est-ce qu'on Baise?', and 'Accro de Micro', published by among others Éditions du Square, Albin Michel, Calva and Glénat. He also published several works under his own label, such as 'Yahoga!', 'Marie-Paule est Romantique', 'Les Crétins sont tous des Abrutis', 'Parano', 'Amédée Bill est un Héros', 'Gros Noël fait dans la Dentelle' and the biographies 'Vacances de Mr. Paulot' and 'La Poule à Poulot'. Text (c) Lambiek

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