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A very odd little yarn about an expedition in the far future after the next ice age, finds a band of humans working with a talking pig to excavate what turns out to be the Louvre in Paris from under a thick sheet of the hard cold stuff. Artist Nicolas De Crecy not only shares a vision of fancy that includes great works of art come to life, but much more poignantly shows us how easy it is for us to misunderstand one another. Watching these future scientists trying to decode the works of the great masters in a most erroneous way is not only totally plausible, but also hilarious. I believe this book was the first to be included in the real Louvre’s recent addition of a permanent collection of comic art – and such a worthy work it is indeed.










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