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-'''Art Spiegelman''' (born [[February 15]], [[1948]]) is an [[United States|American]] [[comics]] artist, editor, and advocate for the medium of comics, best known for his comic [[memoir]], ''[[Maus]].'' and the creation of [[RAW (magazine)RAW magazine]].{{GFDL}}+'''Art Spiegelman''' (born [[February 15]], [[1948]]) is an [[United States|American]] [[comics]] artist and editor best known for his comic [[memoir]], ''[[Maus]]'' as well as the creation of [[RAW (magazine)|RAW magazine]].
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 +Spiegelman was a major figure in the [[underground comics]] movement of the 1960s and 1970s, contributing to publications such as ''[[Real Pulp]]'', ''[[Young Lust]]'' and ''[[Bizarre Sex]]''. He co-founded two significant comics anthology publications, ''[[Arcade (magazine)|Arcade]]'' (with [[Bill Griffith]]) in San Francisco during the early 1970s and ''[[RAW (magazine)|Raw]]'' with his wife, artist (and, later, Art Editor of the ''[[The New Yorker]]'') [[Françoise Mouly]], in 1980.
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Art Spiegelman (born February 15, 1948) is an American comics artist and editor best known for his comic memoir, Maus as well as the creation of RAW magazine.

Spiegelman was a major figure in the underground comics movement of the 1960s and 1970s, contributing to publications such as Real Pulp, Young Lust and Bizarre Sex. He co-founded two significant comics anthology publications, Arcade (with Bill Griffith) in San Francisco during the early 1970s and Raw with his wife, artist (and, later, Art Editor of the The New Yorker) Françoise Mouly, in 1980.




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