This mind-blowing painting of Donald Duck is inspired by the “Head #1” artwork that Robert Crumb created in 1967 to be published as a cover. While it never got used as Crumb originally intended, it was published in Gary Arlington’s 1970 art zine, All Stars #2.
This sensational artwork incorporates creative elements like camera-like eyes, a leaky faucet nose, or a tape recorder memory bank.
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