Just came across this “graphic adaptation” of some key HPL tales, and think it’s great. The album includes the adaptation of the following short. (réalisme pompier vs abstract forms), there are Alberto Breccia’s comics adapted from Cthulhu’s Myth’s Lovecraft. Indeed, to paint the fall in. Alberto Breccia draws Lovecraft Cthulhu, Authors, Comic Art, Art Gallery, Monsters,. Visit . «Les mythes de Cthulhu / Los mitos de Cthulhu.
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I remember the first time I saw a Breccia page. Mort Cinder Breccia Part 2: Alberto Breccia is an important artist in comic history with an almost incalculable amount of influence upon the trajectory of the medium through the 70s and 80s.
Retrieved from ” https: Click on the image to enlarge. The resulting work was anything but conventional and moving away from the commercial. Posted by Disraeli Demon at 6: Powered by SMF 1. The Anthology from Amazon. You are commenting using your WordPress. Page 1 of 2.
This is monster making drawing from backwater brain mud in a way that is fresh, and still to this day awe-inspiringly original.
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Breccia was a genius. Wilbur is just awesomely goatish, and the death scene is simply great! In-Depth Review Rotring Artpens: May Learn how and when to remove this template message.
Email required Address never made public. The coolest people on earth. Breccia drew the story with a albefto experimental style, resorting to diverse techniques. The things that Breccia does with texture, shape, and composition on these pages are incredible. Send a private message to Stu. Mort Cinder Breccia Part 3: Friday, December 16, Mythes de Cthulhu, by Breccia. Views Read Edit View history.
El Eternauta to Lovecraft. It wasn’t cheap, but it’s altogether a stunning volume, and I would imagine an English translation would sell alverto well.
It would be interesting to see more horror done in this way. On the last one, a satire based on Brothers Grimm ‘s tales, he plays with texture, mixing collageacrylic and watercolor. ablerto
Ditko and Abstraction II. Just my two cents. I mean these are horror rorschach tests if there has ever been.
“Cthulhu Mythos: The Haunter of the Dark” by Alberto Breccia & Norberto Buscaglia, AR, 1975
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Myths of Cthulhu: ALBERTO BRECCIA GRAPHIC ADAPTATIONS
The first and most comprehensive source of abstract comics on the web, tracing the history and surveying the contemporary landscape of abstract sequential art. This guy Alberto Breccia is wonderful. Newer Post Older Post Home. Things like his Dracula stuff are hugely different, but still nonetheless brilliant.