Charlot se bat en duel / Charlot dans un œuf
Two screenplays written by Cami for Charlie Chaplin.
Kickshaws, John Crombie - La Charité sur Loire, 2004.
Limited edition of 190 copies, No. 188.
Superb typography by the great John Crombie, a lovely copy.
Pierre Henri Cami (born on 20 June 1884 in Pau and died on 3 November 1958 in Paris) was a French humorist.
Charlie Chaplin called him "the greatest humourist in the world" and Jacques Prévert used the term "camisard" to describe his fans.
John Crombie is a writer - typographer. He founded Kickshaws in 1980 and publishes books of great typographic inventiveness, often accompanied by the graphic work of his partner, Sheila Bourne. In addition to his own texts, in English and/or French, he has worked on works by Joyce, Queneau, Peret, etc. This publishing house is known for its experiments in expressive typography.
- Número de libros
- Cine, Libros ilustrados
- Autor/ Ilustrador
- Cami / John Crombie
- Título del libro
- Charlot se bat en duel / Charlot dans un œuf
- Muy bueno
- Año de publicación artículo más antiguo
- Edición ilustrada
- Idioma original
- Libro en rústica
- Edición limitada, Edición numerada
- Número de páginas
- 16.5×15 cm