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Jean-Luc Coudray & Isabelle Merlet

Survivre chez soi – l’art du confinement


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William Heath Robinson (1872-1944) is considered one of the greatest English illustrators of the first half of the 20th century. His abundant work, in the public domain since 2019, has never been translated in France, we have adapted one of his masterpieces “How to live in a flat” (original text by KRG Browne) dated 1937 with an unpublished text by Jean-Luc Coudray on the joys of confinement in an apartment, We entrusted the coloring to Isabelle Merlet, one of the finest colorists of the time, and the graphic adaptation to Philippe Poirier, an aesthetic graphic designer and a great specialist of the illustrators of the Anglo-Saxon Golden Age (and the initiator of a first collection published by Les Moutons électriques). The publisher wanted to bring together these three talents, whose facetious spirit blends perfectly with the English humor and nonsense of WHR and whose theme of the book resonates surprisingly with current events.

  • date of publication : January 2021
  • language : FR
  • pages : 128 p.
  • format : 20.7 x 16.8 x 1.5
  • binding : Bound, hardcover with jacket
  • ISBN : 9782916421735
  • publishers : Michel Lagarde
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