Robert Crumb Mondo Snarfo "Grim Grids" Complete 3-Page Lot 92026
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Robert Crumb Mondo Snarfo "Grim Grids" Complete 3-Page Story Original Art (Kitchen Sink, 1978). "Wot is dis craziness?" Why, it's R. Crumb, letting his "id" control his Rapidograph pen for three pages of off-the-wall, stream-of-consciousness comics, done for Denis Kitchen's crazy one-shot comic book Mondo Snarfo. And there really is everything but the proverbial "kitchen sink" included in these 68 little panels: wry observations of American life, weird sex, Avant-Garde shapes and patterns, and a narrative that winds in and out. If "unique is what you seek," this insane (in a good way) three-pager might just be for you. The art is in ink on paper or board, with an average per-page image area of 8" x 12"; all three pages are matted together and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 35.5" x 20.25". Excellent condition. From the Eric Sack Collection.
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