“Primitive Artwork Archive #10” by Richard F. Yates

With the publication on Faceboot of the 10th Primitive Entertainment Workshop Artwork Archive, we’ve reached the thrilling 500th image! This still only brings us up to January of 2014, so I’ve got a lot of archiving to do still, and what with the FREAK in charge of this site still posting something like 3 or 4 images PER DAY, EVERY DAY, we may never be able to compile a complete archive… (I’ll try…)

So click the link above to look at images 0451 to 0500, if you want to see a bunch of stuff. Here’s an example of that era’s art:

“Abstract Snake” (15 Jan. 2014) by Richard F. Yates


—Richard F. Yates


About richardfyates

Compulsive creator of the bizarre and absurd. (Artist, writer, poet, provocateur...)
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2 Responses to “Primitive Artwork Archive #10” by Richard F. Yates

  1. A bit maniac to be honest …

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