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Ghost Aka Cousin Frank

:: March Featured Artist ::

Cousin Frank aka Ghost

Bronx, New York

Ghost Aka Cousin Frank
Cousin Frank aka Ghost


Ghost Aka Cousin Frank
Cousin Frank aka Ghost


“Not planning out what I wanna do gives me the freedom to just do it. I do take the same approach to painting canvases – and I do wanna say that I never really wanted to stop painting trains.” ~ Cousin Frank

Ghost Aka Cousin Frank
Cousin Frank aka Ghost


Ghost Aka Cousin Frank
Cousin Frank aka Ghost


Ghost Aka Cousin Frank
Cousin Frank aka Ghost


Cousin Frank aka Ghost
Cousin Frank aka Ghost


Cousin Frank aka Ghost
Cousin Frank aka Ghost


Cousin Frank aka Ghost
Cousin Frank aka Ghost


Cousin Frank aka Ghost
Cousin Frank aka Ghost


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:: New Videos ::

New Patriarch Videos

Some fresh and tasty brand spankin' new Patriarch Videos for you.

"The Arch Cupcake - El Gato Attacks
"Live And Direct by The Arch Cupcake
"The Arch Cupcake(Remix) feat. Lil Wayne"

Go to the Patriarch YOUTUBE page fore more videos [ckick here]

:: Coming up in next months Patriarch blog ::

• More signs of the apocalypse.

• More featured artists.

• and more videos that your boss would prefer you really not watch at work.

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:: March Blog ::

Horror comics of the 1940s and early 1950s

Horror comics of the 1940s and early 1950s are often called 'pre-Code' horror in reference to the Comics Code Authority, a censoring board that was created in response to Dr. Fredric Wertham's book Seduction of the Innocent and the subsequent public outcry against crime and horror comics. Since violent, gory and lurid content were what made pre-Code horror comics great, the stifling effect of censorship resulted in bland comics that didn't sell. The horror comic market was dead, killed by the Code.

Horror comics of the 1940s and early 1950s

Horror comics of the 1940s and early 1950s

Horror comics of the 1940s and early 1950s

Horror comics of the 1940s and early 1950s

Horror comics of the 1940s and early 1950s

Horror comics of the 1940s and early 1950s

Horror comics of the 1940s and early 1950s

Horror comics of the 1940s and early 1950s

Posted by: Winton Sizemore

:: Signs of the apocalypse ::

"AFSCME"
"Keep it METAL"
"Dirty Little Smurf"

:: Owerko's Boom Box Project ::

Lyle Owerko

Lyle Owerko is a filmmaker and photographer whose diverse roster of clients has ranged from Sundance Channel to TIME Magazine to MTV. His photos are collected by many business, entertainment and celebrity clients, and his work is also included in the permanent archive of the Library of Congress in Washington DC.

Lyle Owerko
Lyle Owerko
Photograph
Lyle Owerko
Lyle Owerko
Photograph
Lyle Owerko
Lyle Owerko
Photograph

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