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Robert Williams

 (born 1943)
Robert Williams is active/lives in California, New Mexico.  Robert Williams is known for funk genre-figure, cartoonist, illustrator.

Robert Williams

California artist Robert Williams trained in painting first at Los Angeles City College and later at the Chouinard Art Institute.  He got his first break when he became the art director for legendary hot rod hero Ed "Big Daddy" Roth.  With the rise of the counterculture in the late 1960's, Williams found a growing audience in the underground comic milieu that nurtured such figures as Robert Crumb, Victor Moscoso and S. Clay Wilson.

Williams was one of the originators of Zap Comix, and in 1994 he founded Juxtapoz Art and Culture Magazine with a group of artists and collectors.  The publication's mission statement was to present art that is provocative, technically adept and worthy of exposure, and t  ...  Displaying 750 of 1882 characters.

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About  Robert Williams

Born:  1943 - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Known for:  funk genre-figure, cartoonist, illustrator