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Saga de Xam by Nicolas Devil

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Saga de Xam, a large-format comic book published by Éric Losfeld in 1967, is another example of French erotic psychedelia that remained off my radar until I got my hands on the exhibition catalogue for the Musée d’Orsay’s Art Nouveau Revival show in 2010. The glorious drawing below was used as the background for the […]

Posted in {art}, {black and white}, {books}, {comics}, {gay}, {psychedelia}, {science fiction}, {surrealism} | 4 comments »

 


Looking for the Wild Boys

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Calder & Boyars, 1972. Design by John Sewell. This must be the first space novel, the first serious piece of science fiction—the others are entertainment. Mary McCarthy defending The Naked Lunch in the New York Review of Books, June, 1963. Mary McCarthy’s view—echoed a year later by Michael Moorcock and JG Ballard in the pages […]

Posted in {art}, {books}, {burroughs}, {electronica}, {film}, {gay}, {music}, {occult}, {painting}, {science fiction} | 5 comments »

 


Guy Peellaert, 1934–2008

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Diamond Dogs (1974). Many people know this classic album sleeve even if they don’t recognise the name of the Belgian artist who painted it. Guy Peellaert died this week and this is easily his most famous picture. I remember being very struck by its appearance in the local record shop window which always displayed gatefold […]

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