Poster Of The Week: Intelligence, PVC Street Gang, Fungi Girls and Video Saturday At Handsome Kitten

This week's featured poster is for Saturday's Handsome Kitten show with Intelligence, PVC Street Gang, Fungi Girls and Video.

It's a Parade of Flesh show, yes, but this isn't as grim or frightening as the usual Von Dada and Heimer Brothers pieces. For some reason, I like how the light reflects off the pull chain and the base of the hanging fixture at impossible angles. The bare bulb against the slate background looks stark without being depressing.

Still waiting to hear back on who the designer is, but I'll update as soon as I know.

Update: Writes Parade of Flesh's John Iskander, "I initially drew the concept then a girl named 'm' redid it."

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