Ach, Mist!: Cartoons by Ingmar Decker

By Ingmar Decker

„Ach, Mist!“ Das ist der Grundton der Cartoons und comedian Strips in diesem Buch. Mal in Moll, mal in Dur, mal in Farbe, aber meistens in Schwarz-Weiß und tristem Grau.

Ärger, Frust, Angst, Enttäuschung, Sorge, schlechte Laune, Gejammer, Genörgel, na ja, used to be es halt so alles gibt im Leben.

Ganz normaler Wahnsinn additionally, der hier zeichnerisch dargestellt ist.

Eine heitere und illustre Auswahl an Cartoons und comedian Strips zum Thema aus den vergangenen Schaffensjahren des Zeichners.

Mit 113 Zeichnungen – davon sixteen in Farbe. Mit Seitenzahlen. Ohne sonstigen Schnickschnack.

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