Jeff Gaither: Funhouse

Funhouse No. 1

Michael Dowers’ Noreah/Brownfield has released a new collection of art by Jeff Gaither. Funhouse No. 1 sports a full color self-cover, with black and white interior, printed on glossy stock, with sewn binding. The 24-page digest-sized booklet measures approximately 6” x 8.25.”

It’s available for $10 postpaid from Noreah/Brownfield.

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Paul Greenberg’s Next Stop Hell

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