Alias the Cat!
Everything that you would expect from our boy Kim: the obsession with 1920s/early 1930s popular American culture; the blending of autobiographical detail with fantasy; keeping faith with the righteous socio-politico viewpoint of late60s/early 70s counter-culture; the captivating originality of the artwork; the sense that one is reading the work of a potential nutcase;all of it presided over by Waldo; the growing unease that one day one will find that Waldo is no figment of the imagination after all.
Offered by: isabeau
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Please see my wish list. If you do not have anything on my wish list - offer anyway
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January 24, 2015 / 2:01pm
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