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La comète de Carthage - celluloïds by Yves Chaland - Original art

La comète de Carthage - celluloïds

Original art
Mixed Media
26.5 x 20.5 cm (10.43 x 8.07 in.)


La comète de Carthage - 4 celluloïds

About Yves Chaland

Yves Chaland (April 3, 1957 in Lyon, France – July 18, 1990, France (car accident) was a French cartoonist. During the 1980s, together with Luc Cornillon, Serge Clerc and Floc'h, he launched the Atomic style, a stylish remake of the Marcinelle School in Franco-Belgian comics.Chaland published his first strips in the fanzine Biblipop when he was 17. During his studies at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Saint-Etienne, he created his own fanzine, L'Unité de Valeur, in 1976, with Luc Cornillon.[2] In 1978, he met writer/editor Jean-Pierre Dionnet, and they collaborated on features published in the Franco-Belgian comics magazines Métal Hurlant and Ah Nana. These pastiches of 50s comics have been collected in the album Captivant.
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