Sketchbook cover illustration by Robert Crumb, May 1963.
"Robert liked to sketch and draw comics in 7" x 9" composition books, which he numbered with covers to appear like a series of magazines, taking the title from one of the last of the home-made comic books done with his older brother, Charles. This cover was done on a sheet of acetate, and colored with Prismacolor pencils on the reverse, similar to animation art." (via) 

Sketchbook cover illustration by Robert Crumb, May 1963.

"Robert liked to sketch and draw comics in 7" x 9" composition books, which he numbered with covers to appear like a series of magazines, taking the title from one of the last of the home-made comic books done with his older brother, Charles. This cover was done on a sheet of acetate, and colored with Prismacolor pencils on the reverse, similar to animation art." (via

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