Irreverent, bizarre, whimsical, and mocking, Kley's pen-and-ink drawings rank among the most imaginative satirical cartoons of all time. This compilation draws upon his Skizzenbuch I and II (1909–10) to present 200 fantastic images that blend savage humor with brilliant draughtsma... read more
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Irreverent, bizarre, whimsical, and mocking, Kley's pen-and-ink drawings rank among the most imaginative satirical cartoons of all time. This compilation draws upon his Skizzenbuch I and II (1909–10) to present 200 fantastic images that blend savage humor with brilliant draughtsmanship in sketches of humans, animals, and curious combinations of the two.
Reprint of the Skizzenbach, 1909 and 1910 editions.
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