R Crumb Dont Forget To Wipe Your Ass

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Donahue published numerous influential comics from that movement, including Zap Comix and a number of other highly regarded comics by Robert Crumb, such as Your Hytone Comics (1971) and Black and White Comics (1973). Other creators associated with Apex Novelties include S. Clay Wilson, Jay Lynch, Victor Moscoso, Art Spiegelman, Rory Hayes, Spain Rodriguez, Rick Griffin, Michael McMillan, Kim Deitch, Shary Flenniken, Justin Green, and Gilbert Shelton. In 1974, Donahue and his publishing partner Susan Goodrick edited The Apex Treasury of Underground Comics, one of the first book collections to highlight the underground comix era.
In a startling foreshadowing of Andy Kaufmann, Robert Crumb brings an important public service announcement under the nom de plume Tommy Toilet. Donald Donahue was a comic book publisher, operating under the name Apex Novelties, one of the instigators of the underground comix movement in the 1960s.This original 1971 R. Crumb issue features a hefty dose of the artist’s crass sense of humor. The top reads “Tommy Toilet Sez: Don’t Forget to Wipe Your Ass Folks!”. The rest reads as

Title: Your Hytone Comix Additional Information: Your Hytone Comix #1 with art by Crumb. Features back cover of TOMMY TOILET ! Don’t forget to wipe your ass folks ! Reserve: $10.00 Shipping: Domesti
This limited-edition print has been numbered 3/50 and signed by the artist, R. Crumb! Here we have a commemorative R. Crumb print from 2007, which uses the artwork from a 1973 piece. Only 50 copies we

Ruth Duckworth (German-American, 1919-2009) Untitled, c. 1971 stoneware signed ‘R’ H 6 x Dia 16 inches Collection of Mary and Jess Levine, Seattle, Washington Provenance: Exhibit A Gallery, Chicago LiCrumb, R. Stoned Agin. Los Angeles/Atlanta: Star City, 1971. Offset lithograph blacklight poster with black velvet border, as issued. 35 x 23”. Unmounted. Upper left corner ragged, otherwise ver

ANDY WARHOL TATE GALLERY EXHIBITION POSTER 1971. SIGNED IN MARKER LOWER RIGHT. PUBLISHED BY TATE GALLERY PUBLICATIONS, PRINTED BY HILLINGDON PRESS, ENGLAND. 20 X 30 INCHES. EXCELLENT BRIGHT CONDITION,Heading: Author: Crumb, Robert Title: R. Crumb Handwritten and Illustrated “Note” Letter to Marty Pahls, 1961 Place Published: Publisher: Date Published: Description:

This humorous R. Crumb piece originally appeared on the cover for a 1973 album released by Yazoo records. The record was a bawdy and vaudeville-inspired songs from the twenties and thirties. This post
Heading: Author: Crumb, Robert Title: Modernism Gallery Exhibition Poster, Signed by Crumb Place Published: San Francisco Publisher:Modernism Inc. Date Published: 1990 Description: STONED AGIN – FLOCKED BLACKLIGHT POSTER. Famous art by CRUMB ! Never opened accept to take this picture. Slight creasing may be present. By Star City Distributors. Litho R. Crumb 24 x 36 Reserve: $5.0 This R. Crumb poster promoted the album "You Can't Get Enough of that Stuff" by The Hokum Boys. Crumb was one of the originators of the underground comix movement and beloved across the gl

“Lorenzaccio†signed l/r. Color Lithograph Poster. Printed by F. Champenois, Paris. Measuring 82†by 291/2â€. Framed under glass. (Cond: some toning and multiple creases with soiling
Heading: Author: Crumb, Robert Title: American Greetings “HELP” Poster Place Published: Cleveland Publisher:American Greetings Date Published: 1972 Description: Color p

Heading: Author: Crumb, R. Title: A Short History of America Place Published: Princeton, WI Publisher:Kitchen Sink Press Date Published: 1981 Description: Color poster with[Counter-Culture] Crumb, R(obert). Zap Comix, No. 1 (San Francisco): Apex Novelties, 1967. First edition, first printing (25 cent price on front wrapper, “Printed by Charles Plywell” in blue at bottom