Romain Slocombe, born in Paris in 1953, began his career as an illustrator working on comics and counter-culture magazines such as Métal hurlant in the late seventies and early eighties. As an artist, he was closely involved with the punk Bazooka collective, having studied alongside many of its members at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He became known as a comic strip author and published a first bondage album, Prisoner of the Red Army, which caused a scandal. While bandaging women, the artist develops an aesthetics of upheaval, of which J.G. Ballard became the cult writer.
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