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Cartoons by Guindon-Perceptive Social Commentary-HUMOR

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Guindon by Richard Guindon Pictorial Soft Cover. Good/No dust jacket as issued. 4to - over 9??" - 12" tall. Title: Cartoons by Guindon Format: Paperback Publication Year: 1982 ISBN-10: 0399507000 ISBN-13: 9780399507007 Richard Guindon, raised in St. Paul, Minnesota, went to New York in the 60's where he worked as a free-lance cartoonist. His cartoons appeared in "Playboy," "Esquire," "The Nation, "The Realist," and "Downbeat," to name a few. For a year he was travelling in Greece, Egypt, Jordan, Israel and Turkey as a cartoonist-correspondent for "The Realist." He returned to Minneapolis in 1968 after some 11 years there he moved on to the "Detroit Free Press." First foremost, Dick Guindon's cartoons are funny. After that they're perceptive social commentary, gentle caricatures, a pen ink record of our times, tastes, fantasies, delusions, conceits pomposities." No stamps or writing in this collection of cartoons that have appeared in the Minneapolis Tribune. Covers and pages look nice. Pages are not numbered. Cover is yellow with B W cartoons. Cover shows minor shelf wear, but is clean and has no chips or tears. Hinges are good, interior is clean and bright. Though the cartoons in this book depict the "hip" and the goofy one encountered in 1970's daily life, the characters and the humor hold up as well today as they did then. Dick Guindon's first cartoons were first published in the Minnesota Daily since then he has sold his work to Downbeat, Playboy, Esquire New York Magazine, he began cartooning when he finished three years in the army joined the Minneapolis Tribune.
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