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L'Inferno di Topolino (Mickey's Inferno)

Artist: Fabio Celoni (All)

34 Comments  -   6,599 Views  -   7 Likes


L'Inferno di Topolino (Mickey's Inferno) Comic Art
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Artwork Details

Title: L'Inferno di Topolino (Mickey's Inferno)
Artist: Fabio Celoni (All)
Media Type: Pen and Ink
Art Type: Illustration
For Sale Status: Not In This Life
Views: 6,599
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Favorited on CAF: 1
Comments: 34
Added to Site: 6/3/2013
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Description

"L'Inferno di Topolino".

This is a 1949 story written by Guido Martina and illustrated by Angelo Bioletto. We're talking about one the first Disney stories fully realized by Italian artists and at the same time the first important one published on "Topolino" (Mickey Mouse) magazine. We're talking about the first "Grande Parodia" (many parodies related to literature and cinema followed).
We're talking about history.
This is a story every fan of Disney comics in Italy knows and loves.
Mickey Mouse is Dante Alighieri, Goofy is Virgilio. Martina used a lot of Disney characters in the story, including the ones from the movies and cartoons.
Now, which artist could best illustrate "L'Inferno di Topolino" today?
Easy and obvious choice.

Fabio Celoni.

Those familiar with his art, know that he's a terrific artist that really shines when working on stories that deal with horror and gothic atmospheres. In particular, I love his Disney stories that make you laugh and, at the same time, have that particular "dark side" that makes them so peculiar and special. If you have the chance, please read "Dracula di Bram Topker", a parody of Dracula with Disney characters brilliantly written by Bruno Enna and magnificently illustrated by Fabio.

This illustration, inspired by Martina & Bioletto's story, really speaks for itself. It's simply crazy what Fabio managed to achieve.
Crazy.
The perspective, the insane details, everything is just plain incredible.
It's the size of an A3, so it's pretty big. And it needs to be seen at its original size to really understand what we're talking about.
And once you start looking at it, it's difficult to stop. Each single element in this picture seems to tell you a story (this particular skill kinda remind me of Norman Rockwell). You're lost in all the details, the magnificence of the composition, the vitality of the characters that really seem to be alive on this sheet of paper.

You can see some amazing close-ups to appreciate the incredible level of detail.

There's also a scan of the pencils, just before the inking phase. I love Fabio's pencils that are purposely not very tight because inking here is not merely tracing lines, but reinterpreting and recreating. That's why the final inked art is so fresh and alive.

Published on Topolino magazine #3000 and also on "Disney d'autore - Fabio Celoni".

I will never find enough words to fully express my gratitude to Fabio for creating this masterpiece!


Paper size: 29.7 x 42.3 cm

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Andrea F.
Member Since 2008

Posted on 6/3/2013

Stunning pice!!! Congrats!

Giovanni Zagaria
Member Since 2009

Posted on 6/3/2013

Meravigliosa!!!!

Davide G.
Member Since 2009

Posted on 6/3/2013

Truly a huge, incredible Disney piece! Thanks for sharing!

Bio Art
Member Since 2007

Posted on 6/3/2013

speachless.

Jeff Vito
Member Since 2010

Posted on 6/3/2013

crazy and beautiful! Fabio is a true Master... congratulations!

William B.
Member Since 2004

Posted on 6/5/2013

meraviglia totale ed assoluta

Alberto Setaccioli
Member Since 2008

Posted on 6/6/2013

Uno Spettacolo per gli Occhi, veramente complimenti.

Ema niak
Member Since 2007

Posted on 6/9/2013

Mitica splash per una storia... da mito!

Daniele Gradella
Member Since 2008

Posted on 6/14/2013

Non il mio genere Fabio....ma stupenda, complimenti!

Jason Versaggi
Member Since 2005

Posted on 6/19/2013

This is wonderful! Such nostalgia and gorgeous to look at. Bravo!

George Hagenauer
Member Since 2005

Posted on 8/15/2013

Magnificent almsot more an underground than a Disney piece

Raymond's Collector
Member Since 2004

Posted on 8/16/2013

Semplicemente Stupenda. Congratulazioni per questo incredibile pezzo!

Carmine Gawain
Member Since 2010

Posted on 8/29/2013

Nice

Oystein Sorensen
Member Since 2005

Posted on 9/8/2013

Fantastic and infernal images! A masterpiece indeed.

Giacomo Iori
Member Since 2007

Posted on 9/16/2013

Wow, Bella!

Nelson Animated Ink
Member Since 2005

Posted on 9/22/2013

Disney usually keeps things clean and simple. The detail on this is absolutely amazing. Outstanding. Cheers! N.

Andrea Paoloni
Member Since 2010

Posted on 11/25/2013

Veramente stupenda!!

P. Portillo
Member Since 2006

Posted on 12/25/2013

I got impressed with this extraordinary piece of art. Just wonderful! Congratulations.

Nicolaj Borch
Member Since 2012

Posted on 9/23/2014

This might be the "crown jewel" of you're beautiful collection, at least my personal favorite!

D Sugar
Member Since 2011

Posted on 11/2/2014

Amazing r and thanks for the additional images.

Christian Grund
Member Since 2012

Posted on 11/8/2014

Totally amazing page!

matthew  reed
Member Since 2006

Posted on 1/4/2015

incredible illustration! thanks for the post, the description and the detail images. PERFECT!

Alex P. Goofmann
Member Since 2012

Posted on 2/3/2015

OMG - - - a fantastic homage inspired by the second italian Disney story by Guido Martina and Angelo Bioletto - just wonderful

Thomas Vanderstappen
Member Since 2005

Posted on 4/6/2015

Wow!

Antonio Menici
Member Since 2006

Posted on 9/23/2015

infernal and fascinating ... congratulations!!!

Alkis V.
Member Since 2004

Posted on 1/3/2016

Pretty cool :-)

Roy Mann
Member Since 2008

Posted on 1/25/2016

Sono fermamente convinto che l'idea "geniale" di C.A.F. serva principalmente a trasmettere la cultura dell'immagine e di tutto ci che ad essa connesso, purtroppo non tutti lo hanno capito .... cos come non tutti sanno mettere delle note esaustive sulle immagini che postano.... continua cos ....

Jeff Singh
Member Since 2004

Posted on 7/11/2016

I stop and look at this piece every time I visit your gallery. It is truly amazing and I think one of the Top 10 pieces in all of CAF.

VINCENT FACELINA
Member Since 2006

Posted on 7/11/2016

MAGNIFIQUE ! EXTRAORDINAIRE ! AWESOME

Dadako Dadako
Member Since 2010

Posted on 8/22/2016

*** M A G N I F I C ***

Kyle K
Member Since 2012

Posted on 9/7/2016

Perhaps the most incredible piece of Disney art I've ever seen.

Marc W
Member Since 2014

Posted on 8/14/2017

EPIC!

red raven
Member Since 2012

Posted on 9/13/2017

totally crazy !!!

Andy Marinkovich
Member Since 2008

Posted on 10/12/2017

This is definitely one of my favorite pieces on CAF. Amazing!

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