For sale - Hit woman by Antonio Lapone - Original art
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Hit woman

Original art
2005
Pencil
20 x 17 cm (7.87 x 6.69 in.)
Price : 50 €  [$]

Description

Hit woman , illustration

Comment

Mine de plomb pour le crayonné original d'une illustration "hit woman" car one 2005

Ce crayonné est réalisé sur papier fin par Lapone , très influencé par la ligne claire (Chaland, Serge Clerc, Berthet..) , les années 50 et le style atome.

Format A4

Etat parfait

About Antonio Lapone

Antonio Lapone, who uses the pseudonym Lapis, is a comic artist, designer and illustrator from Turin. He works in a style inspired by the Clear Line movement of the 1980s, of which French artists like Yves Chaland, Serge Clerc and Jean-Claude Floc'h were the main representatives. He has been working as an advertising artist since the 1990s, and has been making comics on the side. Among his early work were a couple of covers for the Italian Disney publications, as well as a story starring 'Paperinik' ('Superdonald'). Lapone published the first story of his retro-styled 1950s heroin 'Desy Blonde' in 1999. Other creations include 'The Amazing Lapis-Man' and 'Gek lo Squartatrote'. Lapone has published several books with French and Swiss publishers. Paquet published two books of the detective comic 'A.D.A.', one written by Pierre Vanloffelt (2001) and the other by Régis Hautière (2006). He wrote and drew the installment about vocal group The Platters in Éditions Nocturne's musical collection 'BD Voices' (2006), and he drew the installment about Stravinsky in Éditions BDMusic's series 'BD Classique' (2010). Music was also a theme in the chronicle he made with Régis Hautière, 'Accords Sensibles' (Glénat, 2011). Text (c) Lambiek

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