LA BOUFFE BY CLAUDE SERRE (VRAATZUCHTIGE HUMOR) 1982

INSPIRATION | 22-05-2015

The great French cartoonist Claude Serre (1938-1998) published ‘La Bouffe’ in 1982. He illustrates people and their interesting food related manners. Even back in the day, this cartoonist thought about our absurd ways with food. Needless to say, we’re loving this big time. The book offers food for thought about your own eating habits.

A little more info about the artist:
Claude Serre (10 November 1938 – 13 November 1998) was a French cartoonist born in Sucy-en-Brie, Val-de-Marne. After academic studies, he studied the craft of stained glass for eight years under Max Ingrand, along with his cousin Jean Gourmelin. He then started drawing cartoons and became an illustrator for many French journals, including Plexus, Planet, Hara-Kiri, Lui, Pariscope and La Vie Electrique. He also began illustrating books.

 

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