View Guido Crepax’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in- depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction . Area(s), Artist, writer. Notable works. Valentina Anita Histoire d’O Belinda Bianca. Guido Crepas (15 July in Milan – 31 July in Milan), better known by his nom de. Anita Crepax is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Anita Crepax and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the.

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Karl Hickey rated it it was ok Jan 09, Venus in Furs is sort of proto-this.

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And it is in these stories that I think Crepax is at his best—because I think that at his core, that is what he is best at conveying his passion for. Other books in the series. I mean it should exist even more in western comics, given how compressed the action in our comics is.

My universe is truly my own. Rob Liefeld X-force comics are the realest thing. Particularly the first say ceepax issues—which I think are a sort of rock start testament to the efficacy of his approach within the genre.

It might be my favorite thing in comics. The above page uses this vertical panel to play into those smaller vertical pink rectangles in the background the second panel—which combined with the coloring produces this fade out effect for this last page.

Hello Anita (Crepax)

These early X-force comics presage. The first image is as complex in three panels as a Bianca page with thirty panels. Besides color, the Anita Live series is from this era of large angular panels. Books by Guido Crepax. Marcos Pereira marked it as to-read Dec 16, I also dig how the bottom of the second panel is drawn but not the top.


Sam Keith is someone no one including me pay enough attention to. But yeah—Crepax is the master.

And then one last page from Hello Anita by Guido Crepax. Berna Labourdette rated it liked it Dec 29, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Preview — Hello, Anita! I feel that Crepax, particularly in Bianca creates rhythms that are important in this direction. On pages like this—he kind of segments off a quarter of the vertical sides of one of his pages—in these instances the left side frepax the page—so the left side will have a longer vertical rectangle going down the side of the page—and then the right side of the page will have smaller panel sort of zig-zagging their way down the page—which creates a tension as a reader—because take the third page here as an example—I think your natural inclination even with the rule of speech bubble eye following IS to go down the anifa left section of the page like a scroll and THEN move back up to the top.

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The page above is from Anita Live—which is in my opinion the best colored Crepax work. Trivia About Hello, Anita!

The fact is, Guido is a voyeur by nature. He likes to represent erotic scenes without identifying with those he portrays. Now that is not always the case. There snita no discussion topics on this book yet. Poirot77 added it Jul 11, Return to Book Page.

Crrepax mostly anota wanted to write about that Crepax layout though. It warps the whole page annita is what is holding the whole thing together. His strengths in rhythm, paneling, and form are cdepax allowed to run around to their logical endpoints in Bianca—where in other works, he is perhaps constrained somewhat.

To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: But I just sort of lock that Velvet Underground song in my head, and roll. Which I just find intensely modern. I mean this kind crepad image is just beautiful.

Nemoanon marked it as to-read May 28, Which makes sense, because these works are very frepax with having the most page space possible, while still doing Crepax things. I find that when I read Valentina, that is my criticism of it—that in some ways, she participates in adventures—that I am not really that certain matter—but because of the rigidity of that world, there is a linearity that in parts of Valentina she has to adhere to.


I think when Crepax was doing it he was obviously sort of referencing film—but I think that multimedia rhythm still feels like NOW now. In some ways these out of time strips work like that, without being per se haiku or non-sequitar or whatever. Juan Raskoff marked it as to-read Apr 19, I find it really useful to vacillate between looking at how Crepax does pages and how Brandon Graham does pages—because they are almost opposite approaches—one is very much about the primacy of the panel and the rhythms and angels of moving through panels—where I think Graham is a master of the page itself and space.

Without ever intending it, it eventually became a big book.

The Anita Live series is one of my favorites. And really, for probably a lot of the same reasons in terms of their audience.

William Osma marked it as to-read May 24, I think you can see the advantage of it in the next to last panel on this page—where you can sort of feel a stretching of the figure, which is I think a kind of erotic tension also present in Schiele. They need to bang.

I love that kind of thing. Somebloke added it Dec 05, This probably speaks a lot to my adoration of the Bianca stories—because they are the primacy of the image and the sequence.