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    • The "Rabelaisian gnome", as the character was called, was enlarged by Gerald Scarfe, and put on the front cover of issue 69 in 1964 at full size.Private Eye-Wikipedia
    • In 2013 the Rook & Raven Gallery in London hosted an exhibition of a selection of Wyman's images which had been reworked by artists including Gerald Scarfe.Bill Wyman-Wikipedia
    • British cartoonist Gerald Scarfe was recruited as production designer and produced over seven hundred visualization designs of the characters.Hercules (1997 film)-Wikipedia
    • Issues of the album would include the lettering of the artist name and album title by cartoonist Gerald Scarfe, either as a sticker on sleeve wrapping or printed onto the cover itself, in either black or red.The Wall-Wikipedia
    • Pink Floyd hired Bob Ezrin to co-produce the album and cartoonist Gerald Scarfe to illustrate the sleeve art.Roger Waters-Wikipedia
    • The opening titles were drawn by artist and cartoonist Gerald Scarfe, who provided distinctive caricatures of Eddington, Hawthorne and Fowlds in their respective roles to represent distortion.Yes Minister-Wikipedia

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