Paul Laffoley Paranoia Magazine Interview

Longish interview with Paul Laffoley in Paranoia Magazine:

RG: The painting you’re working on now is about Lovecraft?

PL: It’s called “Pickman’s Mephitic Models,” based on the story. Certain things about it many people don’t realize. Pickman was a real painter who lived between 1888 and 1926. Now, there’s a question mark [gesturing toward the writing in the margins of the painting], because Lovecraft claims that he turned into a ghoul. God knows how old he is now.

Full Story: Paranoia Magazine: Satan, God, H.P. Lovecraft and Other Mephitic Models: An Interview With Paul Laffoley

(via New World Disorder)

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