YES. John Davies, Datassette/Slakinov, has somewhat recently cleaned and rearranged his web-areas and Businessfunk is back (in case you didn’t grab it last time). Get ready to get motivated to your maximum capacity. Above, check out a music video for a Datassette track by David Hayes. And after you are done taking care of extremely urgent business, lapse into a state of intense concentration with musicForProgramming().
Load of Boam came in a tube across the ocean but since I’ve slapped it on the scanner to share, the small note was misplaced. But still, we can look together here at these prints, drawings and zines. More Jon Boam art over here where you can get your own copies of items and naturally there are lots of posts on here.
Matt Crabe Heaven’s Favorite Man sent Meathaus a package with two new zines, Tenderness and Pink Devil Sex Party on Orgy Island and a letter written on a facsimile rejection letter from Playboy:
“Hey MEATHAUSE! Heres my new magazine It’s so Tender your heart may explode, so be careful. I didn’t chop off any fingers making this book, sorry!
Matt Crabe Heaven’s Favorite Man.”
The first part of Tenderness includes drawings of super sex-organ monstrosities with squirting poles and drippy holes interacting across the gutterless panels of these abstract comics. Part two features full page drawings of the same, this time as symmetrical panel-less compositions including 40oz bottles, bow ties and irritated razor burn. Finally part three includes studies of bones and disembodied flesh parts molded into the shape of the Playboy bunny logo and four panel comic pages on the right about some cartoon dog, a headstone and a woman of some type dripping and falling apart and sinking into a grave. The title of the second book is pretty much a spot-on description of the drawings inside. Thanks, Matt! And just like last time, Meathaus and the USPS thanks you for not sending any actual fleshy parts over.
Dorian sent Meathaus this postcard presumably so you can go check out more over up in this piece.
Dig into this Pascaline Lefebvre artwork on her Tumblr!