As my jaw dropped to the ground...meek faces and apocalyptic visions

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This zine was released in 20003 in Italy and published by [[Speed Demon]]. It is a collection of the drawings and art work of Ango Visone.  
This zine was released in 20003 in Italy and published by [[Speed Demon]]. It is a collection of the drawings and art work of Ango Visone.  
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In his drawings appear large-eyed characters evocative of Margaret Keene's 1960's paintings of doe-eyed children. However Visone's characters are from the Goth world and are dressed in leather, chains and big boots, with multiple piercings. They are sometimes scarred, bleeding, or have black eyes, and often rising from flames as if escaping Hell. Many are identified as queer by the slogans on their t-shirts or words surrounding them and the last page is a large slogan reading "Queer Rage Against Homophobia".
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As my jaw dropped to the ground...meek faces and apocalyptic visions is a zine by Ango Visone.

This zine was released in 20003 in Italy and published by Speed Demon. It is a collection of the drawings and art work of Ango Visone.

In his drawings appear large-eyed characters evocative of Margaret Keene's 1960's paintings of doe-eyed children. However Visone's characters are from the Goth world and are dressed in leather, chains and big boots, with multiple piercings. They are sometimes scarred, bleeding, or have black eyes, and often rising from flames as if escaping Hell. Many are identified as queer by the slogans on their t-shirts or words surrounding them and the last page is a large slogan reading "Queer Rage Against Homophobia".

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