JIM LUCIO

Vintage print advertising, product branding and package design, movies, and low brow culture--all of which inspire my art which is also posted here.
EMPORIO DEFEKTO STORE

100% ORIGINAL CONTENT!

MOVIES

COLLAGE

ARCHIVE: EPHEMERA

QUEER

POLAROID

BRAND X

CANNED GOODS PROJECT

PUBLISHED MEDIA

PACKAGE DESIGN



I am an artist. event producer. photographer. curator. graphic designer. marketer. visual programmer. idea guy. collaborator.

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X


XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX

Follow Me on Pinterest
All contents of this blog copyright Jim Lucio © 2013.

Search

Additional pages

Find me on...

Posts I like

More liked posts

ROSELAND, NYC. Date unknown.

More treasures pulled from the attic. “Kittystarck” on Ebay “Defekto” on Etsy. #vintage

My original vintage #Blythe doll just went up on Ebay. #blythedoll

Best Sports Section EVER.

Soho Porn Theatre.

Shoes on the brain all day and took this for an interview with @tinysplendor

Paramount Theatre Marquee, NYC. 1949.

One of my most battered books purchased in 1981. #cleaninghouse

Thrift store art.

X on film in Invisible Stranger (1976) Stephanie Powers reads a comic book.

What’s for dinner?

BACK TO SCHOOL!
I can’t even imagine being in school these days.

TEENAGE DIVORCE.

Another horrifying example of Hobo Font in use. It never ceases to amaze me how often I see this hideous font, this time being used for film titles for a 70s sexploitation movie.

Beautiful 42nd Street! 
Killer views of the Deuce as seen in the film Nightmare (1981), a psycho-sexual horror film from the 80s.

Some of the movies playing in the theatres that the killer walks by include Sister Street Fighter, Fade To Black, Stir Crazy, Kung Fu Massacre, Manhunt and Caligula. Our hero eventually goes into a peep show and watches a stripper from a booth with a window and proceeds to keel over and foam at the mouth. Good stuff!

Trust me.

Loading posts...