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Robert Crumb introduced a wide variety of characters that became extremely popular, including counter-cultural icons Fritz the Cat and Mr. Natural, and the images from his Keep on Truckin’ strip. Sexual themes abounded in all these projects, often shading into scatological and pornographic comics. As his career progressed, his comic work became more autobiographical.
I recommend the 1994 documentary film Crumb if you are interested in the life of this ground breaking artist.
An obscure link to Robert Crumb in Carmenica’s Musical Bonus

Vintage Erotica

Vintage Art

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Robert Crumb

Vintage Erotic Art

Robert Crumb

Crumb has illustrated many album covers, including most prominently Cheap Thrills by Big Brother and the Holding Company (Janis Joplin) and the compilation album The Music Never Stopped: Roots of the Grateful Dead.

Between 1974 and 1984, Crumb drew at least 17 album covers for Yazoo Records/Blue Goose Records, including those of the Cheap Suit Serenaders. He also created the revised logo and record label designs of Blue Goose Records that were used from 1974 onward. (Source)

Robert Crumb

Robert Crumb.

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Robert Crumb.

Crumb rose to prominence after the 1968 debut of Zap Comix, the first successful underground comix publication. Popular creations of his from this era include countercultural characters such as Fritz the Cat and Mr. Natural, and the images from his Keep on Truckin’ strip. (Read more)

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Monday: 5 of 6