Robert Crumb, Jail Bait of the Month

£140.00

Robert Crumb, Jail Bait of the Month – Called by Crumb ‘Honey Bunch Kaminsky, what a little yummy!’

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Description

This rare and original Robert Crumb poster came with the 1969 Oz magazine issue number 24, published in the UK.

Inscribed: “HONEY BUNCH” KAMINSKY, 13 OF L.A. WHAT A LITTLE YUMMY!” This is one of Robert Crumb’s most well known images from the 1960’s.

The poster is printed in orange and black and is folded. It is in excellent condition. Please note that the poster is longer than the Crumb image needs. This is to allow for the image on the back. (See our gallery images.)

On the reverse is a replica of the front page from the UK newspaper The People. The article shown is a warning to parents about the dangers if your kids pick up this magazine. It also features a warning piece from the Guardian newspaper as well.

Oz magazine went on to be taken to court in an infamous trial over their Schoolkids issue.

Robert Crumb is well known as an illustrator who pushed the boundaries of illustration in the 1960s and 70s. He is now world famous as a unique artist.

We also have for sale a Janis Joplin album ‘Cheap Thrills’ illustrated by Robert Crumb and Oz magazine issue number 24.

This poster would look great in a restaurant or pub/bar. We have a number of posters which would also be excellent for interior decoration of restaurants, pubs and bars. Click here to see our posters.

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