CHARLES MANSON port dry blood Metal Print
by Ryan Almighty
CHARLES MANSON port dry blood by Ryan Almighty - 7.5" x 10"
CHARLES MANSON port dry blood metal print by Ryan Almighty. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.
Interview about the Charlie Manson Blood/Cremains series done by RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT... more
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interview about the Charlie Manson Blood/Cremains series done by RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT Meet artist Ryan Almighty. The 48-year-old lives near Buffalo, New York, where he works as a tattooer and specializes in painting…with his own blood. But–Believe It or Not!—that isn’t what’s made him newsworthy. Ryan has stirred up a huge canvas of controversy recently because he’s claiming to have gotten his hands on some of the cremains of legendary cult leader Charles Manson. He says he is using those cremains to make paintings of Manson, one of which has reportedly already been sold to Travel Channel host Zac Bagans. So why is Ryan even interested in Manson? What leads him to paint with blood? And what does he say to his critics? charles manson art Ripley’s sat down for 10 questions with Ryan Almighty: 1. HOW DID YOU HAPPEN TO GET SOME OF MANSON’S REMAINS? RYAN: I’m pretty close to the Manson inner circle as I corresponded with Charles in the late 90s, so when Manson...
About Ryan Almighty
The artwork of Ryan Almighty has is fueled by isolation, individuality, madness and a taste for the morbid. Born to a single mother in rural Pennsylvania Ryan started life not knowing quite where he fit in. While the other kids played sports and enjoyed the treasures that small town America had to offer, Ryan spent much of his time alone drawing zombies and images of death. Adolescence was also a challenge for Almighty.. An awkward and eccentric kid with a growing hatred for the jocks and cliques that tormented him on a daily basis Ryan found comfort in Horror Films, art and punk rock. Ryan made a point of provoking those that he felt tormented him through art, elaborate pranks, and self expression causing concern to his guidance...
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