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Letter to Meathaus: Victor Devlin

Letter to Meathaus

Letter to Meathaus

Victor Devlin sent Meathaus a package with a zine/print Paramnesia and a letter that reads:

“Hi Meathaus!

This is a 3 color Riso zine/print that we made in May!

Hope you enjoy it!

More info at:
thecultureinitiative.com

&

victordevlin.com

There you have it all the sweet links to Victor’s stuff is right there in the letter so go check it out. And this fold-out print is an attractive piece of work. Thanks Victor. And don’t neglect to view Victor’s previous letter to which I apparently wrote this depressing or motivational response to depending on how you want to read it.

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Letter to Meathaus: Victor Devlin

Letter to Meathaus: Victor Devlin

Letter to Meathaus: Victor Devlin

Letter to Meathaus: Victor Devlin

“DEAR MEATHAUS – i love you! I NEED MORE COMICS! it’s boring in North Carolina. I sent you a zine that i just finished. I hope you like the pictures. I hope you have a great summer! –Victor
*ps–make tom herpich make more comics!”

What’s up Victor thanks for this zine and your letter. I am digging these clusters of marks you made into dense drawings that looks like bits of the natural world and I also like this chill floating skull guy on the cover. You never have to be bored in North Carolina again when you realize that Meathaus doesn’t really exist and it is just a concept constructed in your mind with vague ideas of what and how it could be to always be having fun partying and publishing comics in imagination land instead of just me sitting here in front of my computer at 5am in my night pants. And then take your new power of the knowledge of the cruel reality of the situation and use it to imagine an even better scenario wherein Tom puts out a weekly zine hand-delivered to your door, Brandon designs you the ultimate neck-tattoo of you as a walrus, Farel re-writes the Wrenchies to include you leading your own teenage gang of mutants, and the Hanuka Bros give you two free weeks of hot inking tips. And then live the dream.

See more Victor drawings at victordevlin.com