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The Art of Drawing a Weapon

Ralph Steadman learned to draw not to make pretty pictures but to apply drawing like a weapon, to invite people to observe his world and actively think and act upon it. 605 more words

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Hunter S Thompson

The man and legacy

Hunter S. Thompson was a peculiar looking man, but his peculiarities are grossly exaggerated and forever immortalised in the even more peculiar work of Ralph Steadman. 475 more words

The Arts

Your life as an artist

There are three stages to your life as an artist: young and artistic; middle-aged and completely useless; and the Third Age in which you will do anything to stave off dementia. 447 more words


Like you do about Nelson Mandela, you can’t help feeling the guy’s a good man. – Ralph Steadman http://ift.tt/28prd2i

Ralph Steadman

Book Review: 'The Curse of Lono' by Hunter S. Thompson & Ralph Steadman

“The Curse of Lono” is a book I have wanted to read for a very long time. It was out of print my entire adult life until recently. 300 more words


Books That Kicked My Ass - #2. The Curse of Lono (Hunter S. Thompson and Ralph Steadman)

Dateline: March 11, 1987 – The University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

“So, hang on a second. Who are you dumbasses going to see tonight?” She stared at us dumbfounded. 2,777 more words

"Buy The Ticket, Take The Ride"

I recently finished writing my dissertation which, to cut a long story short, was an argument about the value of drug literature within post-modern discourses. One of the chapters focused on the work of Hunter S. 656 more words