Roland Topor

Roland Topor (1938-1997) is a French drawer, painter, designer, playwright and novelist who also worked for cinema and television. He founded in 1962 the Panic Movement, along with Fernando Arrabal and Alexandro Jodorowsky. A prolific poster artist (Empire of passion, The Tin Drum) he also collaborated with Fellini on Casanova's film set. In 1973, he won the special prize at Cannes for his work with René Laloux on Fantastic Planet. His novel The Tenant was adapted to film by Roman Polanski in 1976.
Roland Topor - Un monsieur tout esquinté
French edition
United Dead Artists
The new edition of a 1972 publication gathering a series of drawings and texts by Roland Topor in collaboration with his five-year-old son Nicolas.
Roland Topor - ReBonjour
United Dead Artists
Produced during the 1970's & 1980's, this series of linocuts by Roland Topor consists on a variation on sex and death. The hardness of the line gives the illustrations an apparent solemnity softened by their amusing titles.
Roland Topor - Vous savez, moi, sans mes lunettes - Limited edition
French edition
Jannink - L'art en écrit
Unpublished text, original lithograph enhanced with Roland Topor's fingerprints and signed.

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