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An exclusive peek at some of GG Allin’s prison drawings: NSFW
06.26.2013
02:50 pm
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An exclusive peek at some of GG Allin’s prison drawings: NSFW


 
Clint and his posse of publishing pervs over at Aggronautix are depositing a literary turd of epic proportions this August: The prison writings and artwork of dead shit-slinging rock ‘n’ roller GG Allin. If there’s a bestseller list in Hell, be prepared to see this tome crawl its way to the top.

Aggronautix were kind enough (or is it cruel?) to give Dangerous Minds’ readers a sneak peek into the some of the dark pleasures to be found within the pages of Allin’s prison scrapbook. The two drawings here are exclusive to this site and we’re honored to be part of spreading the gospel according to GG.

Here’s the skinny on My Prison Walls:

2013 marks the 20th anniversary of the death of GG Allin, the most notorious Rock N Roll artist of all time. For the first time ever, Allin’s prison-era memoirs have been compiled in “My Prison Walls”, a 208 page hardcover numbered limited edition collector’s book that contains letters, illustrations, prose, and Allin’s own personal accounts of his time spent in prison. It is limited to 2500 numbered copies.

The book begins with Allin’s “30 Days In The Hole” his journal, in his own handwriting, detailing his first days in lock up. This comprises the first 50 pages of the book and gives the reader a first-hand account of Allin’s mindset at the time. In addition, there are over 40 pieces of art and prose by Allin, plus correspondence with his family members, convicted serial killer John Wayne Gacy, Jeff Clayton of ANTiSEEN, and many others.

This book cover is wrapped in black saifu cloth and decorated / titled in red foil blood stamping. Each book is individually numbered and shrink-wrapped for protection and preservation. After the 2500 copies have been sold, the book will not be re-printed. In this sense, it is a true collector’s item for any fan of GG Allin or the history of Rock N Roll music.

Grab your copy at the Aggronautix website. This is sure to become a collectors item…IN HELL!
 

 

Posted by Marc Campbell
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06.26.2013
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