Founded in 2010 by French drawer and artist Stéphane Blanquet, a prolific figure in the contemporary art scene since the end of the 1980's, United Dead Artists publishes monographs, magazines, and art objects.
La Tranchée Racine becomes weekly for 42 issues on the occasion of Stéphane Blanquet's exhibition at the Halle Saint Pierre, Paris, from September 2020 to July 2021: a crazy project that intends to constitute a vast panel of art brut, contemporary art and drawing at the rate of one issue per week for almost a year...
This graphic anthology is dedicated to Elvifrance, the scandalous French publisher of erotic comic books whose catalogue was under the fierce scrutiny of French censorship authorities from the 1970s to the 1990s. The publication takes a look back at this infamous history through many unpublished archives and a wide selection of covers. It also features an ensemble of covers revisited by some forty contemporary graphic artists.
This publication explores the fascinating world of Franco-Swedish artist Rebecka Tollens: Inspired by her own dreams, these lead pencil drawings conjure a troubled atmosphere intermingling themes of Nordic mysticism, sorority and childhood. The publication highlights a series devoted to the Sami people from the Far North.
Set in a grotesque and colorful decorum, the new kaleidoscopic visions of Keiichi Tanaami intertwine the obsessional patterns of the great Japanese master—eyes, military aircraft, eroticized flesh, and pop culture icons.
French illustrator Julien Brunet adopts the chiaroscuro style and the pointillist technique to create lascivious nudes of monstrous figures, evolving in a background of floral and organic patterns. His first monograph gathers a series of 36 ink drawings produced between 2010 and 2016.
Christelle Enault's last series: Voodoo priestesses cover their face with cartoon masks and lead ritual ceremonies where female creatures and priapic shapes perform erotic gestures in a poisonous and seminal environment. Yet, the delicate pencil line of the Parisian artist delivers a puzzling feeling of softness.
This series of debauchery scenes between degenerative monsters and humans set in a nightmarish decorum of bloodied corpses, exposed organs, feces, secretions, and cabalistic signs constitute the new hellish visions of Kasahara.
With Grotesque female creatures, atomic lightbeams, skulls, Pop monsters and ukiyo-e decoration... These polychromic hallucinations of a Master of Psychedelic art were inspired by a near-death experience.