A complete run of the boldly designed satirical political journal, each issue 16 pp., illustrated throughout with caricatures by Charles Laborde, Villemont, Sennep, Vertès, et al., and by Paul Iribe who not only edited the periodical, but also created the red-white-and-blue designs on all the covers. Tall 4to. (folio for nos. 48 through 56, folded to 4to.). Orig. illus. wrpps. Paris 1933-1935.
A set in fine condition of the political weekly which embodied French opposition to compromise with Nazism during the early Hitler years, with beautifully designed covers from a French illustrator and designer who worked in Hollywood in the 1920's. One of Iribe's most recognizable projects was the design of Egypt in Cecil B. DeMille's 1923 film "The Ten Commandments." Book ID: 13784