So I clicked a link, posted on Twitter, that led to an article entitled “Jean-Paul Goude’s legendary photographs inject a bit of humour into fashion,” and since I rather liked the image of fashion models sprinting down a track and crossing the finish line…
… I clicked through to the photographer’s website and began to browse through the images. And then I noticed the image of a woman, in parts, in a box, an image that bears the title Anatomically Incorrect:
Which, if you read comics, will no doubt instantly remind you, as it did me, of one of the most startling covers and opening sequences ever created by the great Jack Kirby, whose legendary body of work is packed to the rafters with startling, visionary imagery:
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2 thoughts on “Connections: Jack Kirby (1974) and Jean-Paul Goude (2006)”
Whaoooo, very strange !
Such a great series. DC really messed up not letting KIrby finish or do more issues of OMAC. What a great loss.