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31.7.07

Jeremyville





Jeremyville is an australian artist who seems to be everywhere! His art can be seen worldwide as he works for a lot of brands. I find this refreshing.

28.7.07

CinEscandale






In 1976 and 1977, CinEscandale published erotic photo novels but also a lot of giallos (mainly by Martino and Amadio), ask Dionnet or Wikipedia who they are, I fucking don't know much about them! sorry.

25.7.07

Drag cartoons - Pete Millar






Pete Millar (1929-2003), was a great drag racer and a brilliant cartoonist. He entertained drag racing fans for decades! His wacky, irreverent view of the fun, foibles, and frustrations of professional drag racers is even funnier because it hits so close to truth! Millar and Carl Kohler created CARtoons for Trends in 1959, based on Millar's idea for a complete cartoon book focused on cars. Trends would later become Peterson Publishing, a name that grew to be synonymous with automotive cartooning due in great part to the success of the formula shaped by Millar and subsequent editors. CARtoons was one of the most unlikely success stories in 20th Century magazine publishing, and by itself would have guaranteed initial editor Millar a place in comics history. CARtoons sold extremely well for years, offered a MAD-style outlet for talented West Coast cartoonists when nearly all comics publishing was based in New York. The first issue of Drag cartoons debuted in June 1963 after Millar secured a deal with a distributor to cover advance editorial costs and shipping. When the federal authorities took out his printer, Millar rescued 100,000 copies and their mailing labels and sent them to various parts of the country himself. Irregular distribution would be a troubling theme in Millar's career as a publisher. Millar was not only an important mover for one magazine, but an entire sub-culture of comics expression.

23.7.07

Corgi toys 1969 catalogue














'Hope you'll enjoy these pages from Corgi toys!

21.7.07

Pirate paperbacks















I've always loved pirate stories and movies. Here are some hot covers.

French punk literature - Eudeline & Pacadis




In Paris, in the early 70's a small group of very young people, they are often hardly 20 years old, reinvents the musical current events, moving it towards the underground. Yves Adrien is a pure dandy. Very marked by the New York scene - New York Dolls, Velvet, Stooges, MC5, Sweep, Television. They oppose violently to the progressive rock of moment, Adrien likes nothing as long as his electric, city and night-brutality. Big theorist of the music, he feels that the future is there, and pulls in its continuation Patrick Eudeline ("Asphalt Jungle") and Alain Pacadis ("Liberation" journalist). They have their places, in the first rank of which The Open Market, store of vinyls created by Marc Zermati, who allowed them to discover these groups among which the name and even less vinyls had then crossed the Channel nor the Atlantic Ocean, sometimes selected by Yves Adrien, who is a time salesman there. In 1977, both Pacadis and Eudeline published 2 cult books about punk movment and Paris club nightlife.