Book of the week: Goth-Icky by Charles S. Anderson

A macabre menagerie of morbid monstrosities- Goth-Icky is produced by Pop ink, which is the result of over two decades of work by the Charles S. Anderson Design Company and is based on one of the most extensive and highly awarded image collections in the world. Pop Ink transforms ordinary objects into into objects of art. From Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde to B horror movie icons to The Addams Family and beyond, macabre misfits have thrived in the fertile soil of American modern-age media and pop culture. Brought to Abrams by the creators of the successful Happy Kitty Bunny Pony: A Saccharine Mouthful of Super Cute, Goth-icky celebrates the American goth, their culture, and the vampires, zombies, skeletons, and other mutants that inspire them.



 

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