The Artist Himself (Paperback)

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Rand Holmes was Canada's most revolutionary artist in his heyday, the star cartoonist at the Georgia Straight newspaper in British Columbia during the 1970s. His hippie hero, Harold Hedd, became the spokesman of the emerging counterculture as he avoided work, explored free love and flouted drug laws. Spreading across the globe in a wave of underground comics, the Adventures of Harol…
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Rand Holmes was Canada’s most revolutionary artist in his heyday, the star cartoonist at the Georgia Straight newspaper in British Columbia during the 1970s. His hippie hero, Harold Hedd, became the spokesman of the emerging counterculture as he avoided work, explored free love and flouted drug laws. Spreading across the globe in a wave of underground comics, the Adventures of Harold Hedd made Holmes famous – or at least notorious. This collection is an intimate and expansive account of a very private man who expressed his deepest feelings in a then disreputable medium.