A picture game by Petit-Roulet: each cartoon is missing an item that starts with the letter of the alphabet shown. 26 cartoons A to Z.
About L'Objet Invisible:
It's a guessing game, but it's also a game of the eye. Seen and unseen. What is hidden reveals what we do not recognize anymore by seeing it. What is visible is thanks to the incisive eye of Philippe Petit-Roulet. With a touch of absurdity, a lot of humor and an innate sense of shift, he realizes for us this sleight of hand, leaving the elegance of his line to define a perfect vacuum.
About the Author:
Philippe Petit-Roulet was born in Paris and had his first comics published in Zinc magazine in 1973. With the growth of his career came stories published for Charlie Mensuel, L'Écho des Savanes and À Suivre where one of his most notable characters, Bruce Predator would be created in collaboration with screenwriter Didier Martiny. Petit-Roulet has also worked in the fields of advertising and animation having produced "Loulou et Autres Loups" with Grégoire Solotareff and Jean-Luc Fromental. A truly unique artiste, his works have been exhibited throughout the world.