P n IT mi'UIBF. m HUM""' •nWMHUMi s m SL Certaines choses sont comme certains êtres, qu obligent a prendre parti. Dyane 6 proscrit ndifférence. On est pour ou contre. Les neutres sont res. Michel Quarez, 29 ans, est plutót pour i dédié a Dyane une sorte de poème graphique, résolument contemporain, un hommage en forme de bande dessinée dont le final, sorte d'apothéose panthéiste, enthousiasme ou déconcerte. Nous n'avons su ni voulu résister au plaisir de vous le soumettre sans rien y changer. Disons a titre expérimenta For certain things, as for certain peopleyou cannot avoid taking sides. The Dyane 6 rules out indifference. You have to be for or against. Neutrality is practically unknown. Michel Quarez, aged 29, is among the pros He has dedicated to Dyane a sort of graphic poem in the most contemporary vein a homage in the form of a comic strip whose finale, a kind of pantheistic apotheosis, provokes enthusiasm or amazement We could not and would not resist the pleasure of placing it before your eyes absolutely unmodified-shall we say "experimentally" Space imperatives have made it impossible for us to translate the text for each frame. In any ise, the drawings are relatively intelligible without comments. English-speaking readers will however find below a short summary of the script: The Dyane 6 driver picks up his l the parking lot at Orly, main Paris airport, where h had left it for several days. The engine fires at the first rev. of the starter and the car, loaded with luggage, takes the driver back in to Paris. On the way, it accepts a few extra hitch-hikers. Paris, the rt Seine... park and unload. The next day, off they go again, heading South towards Provence, the Estérel, the sea and friends already on holiday And now comes the apotheosis they decide to give Dyane a fresh coat of paint. But what colour should be chosen The colour which best suits it that of Nature itself, of the sky, of seathe colour leave you the pleasure of discovering for yourself...

Modern Publicity en | 1969 | | page 156