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Robert Crumb

 (born 1943)
Robert Crumb is active/lives in California / France.  Robert Crumb is known for cartoonist-funk-fantasy.

Robert Crumb

Acclaimed by many as a pioneer, Robert Crumb's Zap Comix (1968) is regarded as the first, but not the earliest, underground comic book.  Crumb was the first cartoonist of the movement to achieve mainstream publication.

Crumb was born in Philadelphia.  Although he never studied art, his first job was drawing the "Hi-Brow" line of humorous greeting cards for the American Greetings Corporation.  During his six years with that Cleveland firm, he began contributing to such underground newspapers as Yarrowstalks in Philadelphia, the East Village Other in New York, and to Harvey Kurtzman's innovative humor magazine Help!, which published several of his pieces.  Never a member of the countercul  ...  Displaying 750 of 3078 characters.

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Morse's Funnies Version 3 Self Portrait Illustration Original Art (Albert Morse, 1972)

About  Robert Crumb

Born:  1943 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Known for:  cartoonist-funk-fantasy