DISCLAIMER: The artwork featured in this slide show contains some nudity and may be considered offensive to some people.

In the years since Roy Linton, his father and his friend Roy Funnell created the posters featured in yesterday’s Big Something, Roy Linton became a world-class auto body painter and turned his personal creative impulses toward cat photography and collage (though he still designs a few posters).

In this brief portrait of the artist as a middle-aged man we visit Linton at his home in Denver and look at some of his work.

 

One Response to Roy Linton Now, Part II

  1. Mary Ellen says:

    Linton’s posters have the feel of Hieronymous Bosch.

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