Cover rough by Daniel Clowes, recently sold for $5,000 here:
This was sold on eBay once, five or more years ago, and so presumably it wasn’t being sold by Clowes this time around.
A musical panel from the seldom-seen color version of Cracked Magazine’s Uggly Family Game:
Clowes always draws great background creeps.
Sketch by Daniel Clowes, via:
Original art by Daniel Clowes, for sale here:
Original art by Daniel Clowes, via:
Sketches by Daniel Clowes, via:
Hand-painted ties by Daniel Clowes, via:
See the link for further details.
Album with cover art by Daniel Clowes, via:
Posted before but here it is now at much higher quality.
Books signed and with sketch by Daniel Clowes, via:
I think I’ve posted the first one before but the other two are new to me.
Assorted bookplates, via:
DANIEL G. CLOWES is Legendary.
“Don’t bother to wrap ‘em up… I’ll eat ‘em here!”
Daniel Clowes signing as Clyde Stanley.
Original art from Lloyd Llewellyn by Daniel Clowes. You can see three more here:
At that link, the writing by each image refers to the French edition of The Manly World of Lloyd Llewellyn. The French edition has an introduction by cartoonist Serge Clerc (the original US version has only a Clowes-penned introduction). That introduction is seems you can see here, still in French:
And on that page you also have a cover by Clerc after Clowes. The blog text there when put in to Google Translate returns the following, giving some idea of the preface’s contents:
Serge Clerc signed the preface to the full super deluxe edition of The World of Lloyd Llewellyn Daniel Clowes published by the 9th World . He describes his reaction to the discovery in 1991 of the character whose inspirations Perfect Phil and Sam Bronx are undeniable. Paying a tribute to the work of Clowes, Serge Clerc will offer a drawing showing the characters of the latter. A work of very high quality both in the work of Clowes as the editing and production quality.
Original art by Daniel Clowes, possibly on view right now at the Scott Eder Gallery as part of their “It’s About Comics” exhibition, which opened on June 13. It looks like it sold for $4,500 while on show. Via: