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Issue 1: January 2020
Visual Arts
By Brett Stout

Three Digital Artworks

 

18 Gauge de Stijl, digital artwork by Brett Stout

18 Gauge de Stijl 1

Copyrighted © by Brett Stout. All rights reserved.
Reproduced here with artist’s permission.



The Downfall of Miami and Us, digital artwork by Brett Stout

The Downfall of Miami and Us 2

Copyrighted © by Brett Stout. All rights reserved.
Reproduced here with artist’s permission.



Hood Rat Keys to the City, digital artwork by Brett Stout

Hood Rat Keys to the City 3

Copyrighted © by Brett Stout. All rights reserved.
Reproduced here with artist’s permission.



Publisher’s Notes:

1. As sent to me by Brett Stout, a blue version of his artwork that appeared on the cover of blood and thunder: Musings on the Art of Medicine (The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine), which the artist then posted to his Facebook page on 15 November 2013.

Fascinating for me is Stout’s note with his original FB posting on 17 May 2011: “Late Night Bloodletting Trilogy: Part Dos. Who says starting an IV on yourself and bleeding all over the kitchen sink can’t become photographic art?” Indeed!

2. An updated variation of an abstract photograph (“Anti Condo Art,” with blue mesh receptacle), which Stout posted to Facebook on 4 October 2018

3. An updated version of a black-and-white photograph, keys, which Stout posted to Facebook on 23 March 2011


Brett Stout
Issue 1, January 2020

is a 40-year-old artist and writer—and a high-school dropout and former construction worker turned college graduate and paramedic. He creates mostly controversial art, usually while breathing toxic paint fumes from a small, cramped apartment known as “The Nerd Lab” in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He is the author of an insanity-filled novel, Lab Rat Manifesto. His artworks and poems have appeared in a range of diverse media, from international indie zines like Litro Magazine in the UK, to university publications.

 
 
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