Heres To Absent Friends, and Those With Us Now.

The house is burned, Fire on Babylon.

Rats In New York, Gotta Get Out Of New York.

Interview with artist Jeanne D’Angelo

What do you do when you read an old ghost story, and you let your mind create the chilling visage of the main ghoul? Do you shut your eyes and attempt to erase the thought, or do you get to work? Artist Jeanne D’Angelo seems to prefer the latter, using folk lore and old wives’ tales as a fuel for her creative process. We sat down in her South Philadelphia home to chat about monsters, myths, and mayhem. (Well, not really mayhem.)


i’m on a boat

well, not really…

someday… he will return.