Crumb On Cornelius

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Robert Crumb has provided the cover to a new book about French indy publisher par excellence Cornélius. It was originally conceived as the catalogue to an exhibition that was organised in Paris in march, but it’s also available on the Cornélius website (which, by the way, is one of the most beautiful publisher’s site I’ve ever seen).

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2 Responses to Crumb On Cornelius

  1. Bengo says:

    Nothing I write applies to the French: avoid splash pages, don’t use music, Flash turns people away.

    What it must be like to live in a land where load time is no issue, and figuring out navigation is a parlor game based on some notes left by Sartre.

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