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Vladrushka: A Summer Night at the World Eater's Club - Print 1 Drawing Edition Print

John Linton Roberson

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An illustration depicting events in an upcoming Vladrushka story, basically a party of the very wealthy in Hollywood, where our Vladrushka is attempting as always to get a role. Greatly inspired by Pasolini's SALO, and the first time a real horror element has been tied in my stuff. Drawn in pencil in separate figures and then put together in Photoshop and inked digitally(by hand, not a filter) in many levels. There are about 50 figures in this, my first crowd scene in over twenty years of cartooning. Crowd scenes are very hard.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:12 W x 6 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:17.25 W x 11.25 H x 1.2 D in

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John Linton Roberson has been an independent cartoonist, writer, and illustrator for over 25 years, and has produced 22 publications as Bottomless Studio since 1998. He is the adapter of Frank Wedekind's Lulu, the creator of Martha, Vladrushka, and Suzy Spreadwell, among others, and the co-creator (with John E. Williams) of Uncle Cyrus. In addition he has also been published by Journey Magazine, Fantagraphics Books, Seven Stories Press and Martian Lit. He is also the editor of the anthology THIS SICKNESS. Pages from his Lulu were exhibited in Munich's Deutsches Theatremuseum as part of their 2014 Frank Wedekind retrospective. Occasionally he is heard, usually at length, on Tim Young's Deconstructing Comics podcast. Some of the influences on his current work include Dave Sim, Dan DeCarlo, Felicien Rops,Terry Southern, Jack Kamen, Molly Kiely, Paolo Serpieri, Emily Kaplan, Norman Lindsay, Carter Tutti and Guido Crepax. Online you can find him at jlroberson.org.

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