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Brad '61 By Tony Hendra

Brad '61
by Tony Hendra

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In the 1960s Roy Lichtenstein took comics and made them into art. This work turns his joke around by recombining his famous paintings into an original comic strip which puts a brand new spin on an age-old tale. It presents the story of Brad, a young man with problems.
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Brad '61: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by Tony Hendra

Meet Brad, a young man with problems. He wants to be an artist, but he can only get work illustrating the "Yellow Pages"; he wants to fall in love, but he has terrible luck with women; he wants to make a name in New York, but he lives in New Jersey. How will our hero get out of this fix? American comics have become a cult of our age. Back in the 1960s, Roy Lichtenstein took comics and made them into art. Now Tony Hendra, editor of "Spy" magazine and former editor of "National Lampoon", turns Lichtenstein's idea around, combining his famous paintings into an original comic strip which puts a brand-new spin on an age-old tale.

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GOR003239757
Brad '61: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by Tony Hendra
Tony Hendra
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Thames & Hudson Ltd
1994-01-31
96
0500236763
9780500236765
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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