Saturday, March 25, 2006

five more by "Jacob"





This drawings originally appeared in the Catalan publication "Papitu" between 1909 and 1911.
Click on the pictures to enlarge.

3 Comments:

Blogger Process Junkie said...

His masterful use of negative space and bold contrast is uncanny, in comics they call it "spotting the blacks".
And that swirling, twirling brush dancing across the white of the page, Whew! I'm dizzy.

Audaz!

8:19 pm  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

You see, Alberto, it is like a magician's wand creating make-believe with lines. You put certain lines on a piece of paper and make us see the women we desire, in his drawings he makes us believe we see the bourgeoisie he detested and we detest them on his behalf (Jacob was an anarchist)

11:14 pm  
Blogger Process Junkie said...

Thanks for posting these, Oscar. Stop by the ol' Process cantina, I might have something of interest to you.

2:56 am  

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