Cauchemar Americain, by Frederic Garcès

Frédéric Garcès is a professional infographics artist. He had the idea of making a comic for a long time, and after staying in the USA for a year and a half without a job, he commenced working on it. Influenced by artists like Tardi and Chauvel, as well as writers like Paul Auster and John Irving, Garcès outlines a dark view on American society in 'Cauchemar Americain'.

Last updated: 2009-12-11

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