A beautifully illustrated story spanning the decades from the '30s to the present.
From the publisher:
"Singing star of the '30s and '40s, Le Chanteur sans nom (the Singer without a Name), alias Roland Avellis, sang with a mask on his face. Friend of Charles Aznavour, Edith Piaf, and other celebrities, notorious, debonair and charming, the Singer without a Name lead a thousand lives ...
"Besides the incredible story of a man who crossed his time with flamboyance alongside larger, unnamed The Singer is a fable about death and the feeling of incompleteness. The whole album was done with the blessing and the documentation of the singer's daughter! A wonderful collaboration of overwhelming emotion by the authors of Topless."