Drawing by Moebius/Jean Giraud
Probably Alejandro Jodorowsky for his movie El Topo (1970)
This image is actually flipped, as you can see in the signature. I first saw it when published in Stephen Bissette’s anthology comics zine, Taboo(#4).
Andrei Tarkovsky’s “STALKER” (1979)
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Some stills from one of Jackie’s most loved films, “Project A.”
While not a favourite of mine, it does contain some of my favourite stunt work by Chan. The film is pretty heavy with stunt homages to Buster Keaton and the silent era daredevils of yesteryear.
The most famous is Jackie’s fall from the clock tower. Not only does it look agonizing, but he did it MORE THAN ONCE.
From La frontiere invisible, a graphic novel in the series Les cités obscures, by Francois Schuiten and Benoit Peeters.
The Flying Guillotine 血滴子 (1975)
ROBOTS by Bouletcorp
I am suitably distressed
THAT DR. SLUMP ONE IS INCREDIBLY NOT OKAY
“Di Piazza’s paintings are a perfect example of horror vacui, finding an ideal setting for expression in the forest and its undergrowth; the ancient concept of the natural meets the contemporary idea of the artificial. In our contemporary culture, the proliferation of super-imposed images exemplifies current models of communication, what used to be considered background noise now becomes the message. The challenge today is to discern the individual sounds that make up the buzz, just as we must distinguish the components that compose Di Piazza’s luxuriant representations.” Marco Meneguzzo ARTFORUM