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Total Jazz

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This product will be shipped on 02/06/2018

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In this freewheeling collection of short stories and vignettes, the famed French cartoonist examines not only the music but the nature of the jazz subculture. The grumpy festivalgoer, the curmudgeonly collector, and many other fan “types” are the targets of his unerring gimlet eye. Drawn in a range of styles as improvisational as Coltrane and Mingus — everything from loose linework to tight pen and ink to gestural pencils — Blutch captures the excitement of live performance, the lovelorn, and the Great Jazz Detective, who is out but not down.

Pages:
90
Colors:
black & white
Format:
Hardcover
Dimensions:
8.25" x 10.5"
ISBN-13:
978-1-68396-086-7
Year:
2018

Press Highlights:

"Blutch’s work has tremendously inspired myself and an endless line of cartoonists, humbled by the virtuosity of his lush brushwork. It’s long overdue for his books to be translated into English." — Craig Thompson (Blankets)

"Like listening to a great solo, Total Jazz washes over the reader and envelops them in Blutch’s graceful artistry." — The A.V. Club

 

PLEASE NOTE: All pre-ordered books are shipped via Media Mail in the U.S. and Air Mail internationally. Please select the appropriate shipping method when checking out to avoid being overcharged for shipping!

In this freewheeling collection of short stories and vignettes, the famed French cartoonist examines not only the music but the nature of the jazz subculture. The grumpy festivalgoer, the curmudgeonly collector, and many other fan “types” are the targets of his unerring gimlet eye. Drawn in a range of styles as improvisational as Coltrane and Mingus — everything from loose linework to tight pen and ink to gestural pencils — Blutch captures the excitement of live performance, the lovelorn, and the Great Jazz Detective, who is out but not down.

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