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by Art Chantry: one thing i’ve taught myself to do while thrifting is to always ALWAYS dig through old stashes of classical records. i used to skip over classical records when i found them at yard sales and thrift store … Continue reading
by Art Chantry: here is another great example of that “fake psychedelic” bubble style illustration that we all love so much (sorry i can’t fit the whole unfolded LP cover on my scanner.). the situation here is not that it’s … Continue reading
by Art Chantry: this is a primo example of what i’m talking about when i mention “fake psych”. there was a period of time back in the mid to late 1960′s where the businessheads in america saw what “them kids” … Continue reading
Much in the vein of Thomas Rowlandson, James Gillray and even the art of Jack Levine, its modern protest satire that helped define the left of center cultural aesthetic. The left cultural industry machine that by nature is part of … Continue reading
by Art Chantry ( email@example.com) there was a brief period of time in america when this is what hip, cool ‘cutting-edgey’ avant-guard graphic design looked like. it was highly illustrative, hand rendered, colorful to the point of psychedelic and self-consciously … Continue reading