La triste vie d'un homme triste.
Paris: Editions Azur, Claude Offenstadt, 1968. Grey card slipcase, illustrated glossy boards, back is green cloth, red end papers, 164, (1) pages. Impressive work printed with characters changing according to the subjects, illustrated with drawings which, sometimes, by the profusion of the characters, are reminiscent of DUBOUT, and are other cubist artists, mostly out of text and sometimes on double or triple page. Nice copy. Vasquez de Sola, escaping Franco's jails, relates here the struggle he had to wage to safeguard his human dignity. He was one of the draughtsmen of Le Canard Enchaîné in the 1970s. He returned to Spain after the death of Franco.
Condition: Very good condition slipcase with a little wear only. Book itself is in fine condition