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La Tranchée Racine
 

Paris
La Tranchée Racine is United Dead Artists' graphic periodic: a giant (47,5 x 66 cm) 12 pages black & white newspaper. Gathering images, strips, photographs and texts selected by Stéphane Blanquet (who illustrate all the issues' front covers), La Tranchée Racine reflects the publishing house's raw identity. Each issue presents the works of more than forty authors in a rough yet meticulous display. Special issues are either dedicated to one particular author or full-page publication.
 
2016
temporarily out of stock
Special issue published to celebrate the 22nd edition of L'Étrange festival—dedicated to the strangest and most provocative cinema.

2016
The graphic tabloïd's brand new issue—for the first time in full color.

2013
La Tranchée Racine's new special issue (12 pages / 12 authors).

2012
The King Size graphic newspaper's seventh's issue. With a back cover illustration by Pyon. Four out of four September issues.

2012
La Tranchée Racine's sixth issue. With a back cover illustration by Amandine Urruty. Third out of four September issues.

2012
The fifth delivery of the graphic tabloïd restricted to a mature audience. Second out of four September issues.

2012
Naked, hooded men on a boat, a topless woman, a little boy with a cigarette and other visual disturbances in Tranchée Racine's fourth issue. First out of four September issues.

2012
temporarily out of stock
Third issue of United Dead Artists' illustrated newspaper.

2012
out of print
Special issue: 12 pages / 12 authors. An erotic & nightmarish cover illustration by Stephane Blanquet, a masochistic fantasy by Namio Harukawa, a Metal Monster by Francesco Defourny and many more.