We Did Porn: Memoir and Drawings

We Did Porn: Memoir and Drawings

Zak Smith


Blending memoir with Smith's personal drawings and work, We Did Porn will do for alt porn what Hunter S. Thompson did for bike gangs and Tom Wolfe for psychedelica.

mixing memoir with Smith's personal drawings and work, We Did Porn will do for alt porn what Hunter S. Thompson did for bike gangs and Tom Wolfe for psychedelica. Punk artist and icon Zak Smith made a reputation for himself through visually reading Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow and drawing images of ladies within the "naked lady business." His inventive pedigree and acute remark landed him in high-profile indicates from the Whitney to the San Francisco Museum of contemporary artwork. someplace alongside the road, Smith went from the observer to the saw, from the fellow within the nook with a sketchpad to the fellow on-screen doing the unnamable for someone eighteen or older to determine. We Did Porn follows Zak Smith (or Zak Sabbath) from the hot York artwork scene to Los Angeles's seedy, but colourful, underbelly―the international of alt porn. Smith narrates his personal foray into pornography and offers his readers a brand new realizing of the undefined, its avid gamers, and its viewers.

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