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Inspirations: Moebius, Jean Giraud, illustrator

Inspirations: Moebius, Jean Giraud, illustrator

..._Moebius - Stel (1994)

..._Moebius - Stel (1994)

Moebius - The Goddess (1986) - Stel

Moebius - The Goddess (1986) - Stel

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the airtight garage – moebius via sean witzke

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Don Quijote by Moebius. Moebius was pretty much the Pablo Picasso of sci-fi illustration, and he occasionally visited some of the same subject matter as Picasso.

Don Quijote by Moebius. Moebius was pretty much the Pablo Picasso of sci-fi illustration, and he occasionally visited some of the same subject matter as Picasso.

Inspirations: Moebius, Jean Giraud, illustrator

Inspirations: Moebius, Jean Giraud, illustrator

the-treasure-goblin: Jean Giraud Moebius

the-treasure-goblin: Jean Giraud Moebius

Moebius (Jean Giraud)  #comics #illustration #moebius

Moebius (Jean Giraud) #comics #illustration #moebius

Moebius #comics #illustration #moebius

Moebius #comics #illustration #moebius

Planet Encore by Moebius (1990)

Planet Encore by Moebius (1990)

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Moebius | Jean Giraud

Moebius | Jean Giraud

Jean Giraud, aka Moebius, at the exhibition “Moebius-Transe-Forme,” in 2001. Courtesy Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain.“Even when you reach a certain level of success,” Jean Giraud once said, “there’s still this desire to break the established rules and be a bit of a delinquent.” The cheerfully libertine Frenchman spoke those words in his early seventies,... <a href="http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2015/10/21/moebius-and-the-key-of-dreams/">Read More</a> <span…

Moebius and the Key of Dreams

Jean Giraud, aka Moebius, at the exhibition “Moebius-Transe-Forme,” in 2001. Courtesy Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain.“Even when you reach a certain level of success,” Jean Giraud once said, “there’s still this desire to break the established rules and be a bit of a delinquent.” The cheerfully libertine Frenchman spoke those words in his early seventies,... <a href="http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2015/10/21/moebius-and-the-key-of-dreams/">Read More</a> <span…