“They tend to misunderstand the paper man with scissor hands
Who watches the hourglass for grains of sand
To fall and fall again as he pretends
That everything he lays his hands on doesn’t turn to shreds”
(Twiztid, “LDLA-IBCSYWA”, 2012)
These are the initial Juggalo paintings and drawings I made before visiting America, at the time the working title was “Papermen” because the impetus to creatively investigate this subculture came from the Twiztid lyrics quoted here, and the unexpected soft underbelly that they reveal.
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Hi Marcos, Thank you, I am really pleased you like it so much. Paperman has, however, already been sold. The good news is that new work is coming later on this year and you will be able to see it right here at lucyowen.co, or if you prefer you can follow my page on facebook.com’onlylucyowen. Thank you again for your interest.
Hey lucy I would love to purchase the paper man if there’s anyway thank you 🙂
Hi Chloe and thank you for your interest! The painting you are asking about is actually part of a triptych – a painting in three parts. I’ve emailed you about it.
how much is the jugallette painting with the stars on the hip?
Hi there, yes you can! Thank you! I have emailed you about it.
Thank you. This touches me.
Can I buy the paper man one?