One of America’s most celebrated cartoonists, Robert Crumb helped define cartoon and punk subcultures of the 1960s and 1970s with comic strips like Fritz the Cat, Mr. Natural, and Keep on Truckin’.
The open sexuality of his work, paired with frequent self-deprecation and a free, almost stream-of-consciousness style, have made Crumb a global voice and a renowned contemporary artist. Originally published by Kitchen Sink Press in 1996, Art & Beauty Magazine is a satirical take on aesthetics and a continued exploration of Crumb’s subversion of sexuality and mainstream values.
Art & Beauty Magazine: Drawings by R. Crumb is a wonderful window into Crumb’s world of bodies and ideas, art, and beauty. A limited edition of 400 signed copies is published as well.