Frazetta Friday: February is Frank Frazetta Month

The renowned artist was born this month in Brooklyn in 1928 — we’re going to pay tribute to him all through February with Frank Frazetta Month. Breach Bang Clear

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Frazetta Friday: February is Frank Frazetta Month

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Next Friday is Frank Frazetta’s birthday. Frazetta, of course, is the New York born fantasy artist whose drawings paintings have adorned the covers of novels and albums, been featured in movies, and found their way to innumerable aspects of modern culture – as anyone who read Conan novels or listened to Molly Hatchet can attest.

 Frank Frazetta is, in our estimation, one of the greatest artists of all time. His works are timeless classics of masculinity, sexuality, and general badassery. February is Frazetta Month on Breach-Bang-Clear.
The reach of Frazetta’s artwork is incredible, and, given its recent appearance on skateboards and other things, hasn’t stopped yet.

As an homage to the great artist, we’re going to be featuring “Frazetta Friday” all through the month. Hopefully, you’ll enjoy this celebration of the man’s work as much as we do.

If you don’t appreciate Frazetta, well…Rosie O’Donnell had some paintings featured at The Gallery at New World Stages, maybe that’s more your speed.

Also, go choke yourself, commie.

 Frank Frazetta is, in our estimation, one of the greatest artists of all time. His works are timeless classics of masculinity, sexuality, and general badassery. February is Frazetta Month on Breach-Bang-Clear.
Frank Frazetta’s work “Seven Romans.”

 

 Frank Frazetta is, in our estimation, one of the greatest artists of all time. His works are timeless classics of masculinity, sexuality, and general badassery. February is Frazetta Month on Breach-Bang-Clear.
Seven Romans on the cover of EPIC Illustrated.

There are many books, websites, and documentaries available with which to learn more about Mr. Frazetta. If you get the chance, consider taking a look at the Frazetta Girls feed. It features frequent posts by his granddaughters, Sara and Danielle, and of course lots of Frank Frazetta imagery and trivia. You can connect with them on Facebook at /FrazettaGirls/. Also on Instagram, @frazettagirls.

The website should be pretty easy to remember: FrazettaGirls.com.

Read every installment of Frazetta Friday right here: Breach-Bang-Clear Frazetta Friday.

Frank Frazetta Self-Portrait - available for purchase at Frazetta Girls


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