Les histoires d'oncle Paul is a print of an original work in ink on paper and digital coloration by Michel Rabagliati. Each 8,5 x 11 inch archival quality giclée print is a signed and numbered limited edition, printed with pigment-based inks on acid free cotton rag fine art paper.
This is a limited edition print run of 100 prints per size – once the print run is sold out, this print will be retired forever. So if you love it, buy it now! Unframed. More info on our prints here.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Michel Rabagliati is a key figure in the Quebec comic book world through his iconic series “Paul”, which includes eight books and has been translated into six languages. He fell in love with the Franco-Belgian comic book tradition at an early age, via weekly editions of Spirou, Tintin and Pif, and created his first comic book at the age of 10. As an adult, he worked in the fields of graphic design, advertising, and editorial illustration, before returning to comic books at the age of 38. Since 1998 his comics have been revolutionizing what is called the 9th art form (comic books and graphic novels) in Quebec. In 2007, he was awarded a special mention for his contribution to the field by the Prix des libraires du Québec. He is also the first Canadian to win an award at the International Comic Book Festival in Angoulême, for Paul à Québec (2010). For more information, visit his website.