Dead Letter Art represents the creative exploits of several Northwest chillers. Their collective history is rich and reaches back almost two decades. For several years during the turn of the millennium, the DLa artists collaborated and published over twenty issues of their infamous zine, Dead Letter Art. Somehow, time has once again brought great distance between the members of DLa, and only time will tell if Dead Letter Art will truly rest in peace.
Nonetheless, it is interesting to ponder the current happenings related to those once involved with DLa. So, in the interest of future business, here are some current DLa statistics:
- DLa Status: Unconscious
- DLa Issue: Collabz 2, Summer 2013 (ish)
- DLa Website: Website removed September 2012
- DLa Project: Nothing planned
DLa Member News:
What are the DLa peeps up to these days?
- Alive & well — presumably enjoying life in Portland, filling sketchbooks, pimping photos, and relaxing with his family.
- Regaining focus through faith in Christ. Also working on various projects, mostly online (for now).
- Rumored to be slaving his life away as a maintenance technician. Most likely dabbling in the creative realm, snapping photos, drawing pictures, and painting rocks.
- Last seen pwning the small town of Moses Lake, WA — Driving taxi and appearing in court. Chances of seeing some new BHBW art in your lifetime: slim to none.
- News from the West — whispers of a nameless fear… well okay, maybe not — but his new website is super stylin’ — check it out.
- Sui Lan
- Last seen over a year ago online at her Y Design graphic design website,
ynakamuradesign.com, which unfortunately is no longer available.
- Freshly exhumed, the originally hellish Hard Rock Zombie plays himself in the short film, Snow Day, Bloody Snow Day.
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