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Dogs In Space (1986) is a Richard Lowenstein film about sharehouse punks in St Kilda in the 1970s. Featuring Michael Hutchence, the Primitive Calculators, and a lot of heroin, it’s a classic.
It’ll be up at the Bird for the next month or something as part of an art show reimagining film posters through the styles of Perth artists. The Cars That Ate Paris, the Pissedcolas and Cold Meat will be launching it this Saturday at 8.20 pm with some movie tunes too. So come down basically.
Shit Narnia have just announced their single launch for ‘This Is How They Kill Us’, and along with it a poster I did for the same. Continue reading POSTER: ‘This Is How They Kill Us’, Shit Narnia Single Launch.
Inspired by Shit Narnia’s track ‘Dog Wedding’.
Richard En 2015.
suicide, catholicism cw //
“So Dante recalls in sound the death of Judas in the death of Pier della Vigna for the same crimes of avarice and treachery. Ahithophel, Judas, your own Pier della Vigna. Avarice, hanging, self-destruction, with avarice counting as self-destruction as much as hanging. And what does the anonymous Florentine suicide say in his torment at the end of the canto? Io fei gibetto a me de le mie case. – – And I – I made my own house be my gallows.”
// Hannibal by Thomas Harris, New York, 1999, 221-234.
‘Typical Girls’ first published 2013, whiteout, clag and collage. You can buy it here from collaboratrice Ashley Ramsey. Proceeds not for profit.
‘Richey Edwards’, ink, ballpoint, and watercolours, r. x 2012-14.
‘Literary Taboo Illustration’ by Richard Moore, ink, 2014.
First published in Pelican Magazine Ed 4 Vol 85.