Julie Doucet

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'''Julie Doucet''' is a  artist and zine editor from Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
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'''Julie Doucet''' is a Canadian former underground cartoonist and artist, best known for her autobiographical comics such as ''Dirty Plotte'' and ''My New York Diary''. In the late 1990s she abandoned the medium of comic books and went back to printing. Woodcuts, linocuts and silkscreen printings are followed by an abundant production of artist's books and zines.
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She rose to prominence as an underground cartoonist, best known for her autobiographical comics such as ''Dirty Plotte'' and ''My New York Diary''.  
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In the late 1990s she abandoned the medium of comic books and went back to printing.[[ Woodcut and Linocut in Zine Production|Woodcuts, linocuts]] and silkscreen printings are followed by an abundant production of artist's books and zines.
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===Zines===
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*J'chu pas capable
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*Sophie Punt
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*[[Der Stein]]
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*Le pantalitaire
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*Le révolution
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===Contributions===
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*[[Cehsoikoe]]
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==Zines==
 
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J'chu pas capable
 
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Sophie Punt
 
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[[der stein]]
 
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Le pantalitaire
 
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Le révolution
 
==External Link==
==External Link==
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Julie Doucet
Julie Doucet

Julie Doucet is a artist and zine editor from Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

She rose to prominence as an underground cartoonist, best known for her autobiographical comics such as Dirty Plotte and My New York Diary.

In the late 1990s she abandoned the medium of comic books and went back to printing.Woodcuts, linocuts and silkscreen printings are followed by an abundant production of artist's books and zines.

Zines

  • J'chu pas capable
  • Sophie Punt
  • Der Stein
  • Le pantalitaire
  • Le révolution

Contributions


External Link

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