Illustration from A Little Hard to Swallow: 1334 by Lorin Morgan-Richards

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Chest 36" 40" 44" 48" 52" 56"
Length 28" 29" 30" 31" 32" 33"
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Illustration of Eva O and Rozz Williams from the band Shadow Project from the book ‘A Little Hard to Swallow: 1334’ by Lorin Morgan-Richards about the life of deathrock pioneer Rozz Williams.

Rozz Williams was born Roger Alan Painter in Glendora, California on November 6, 1963. He took his name from a gravestone in a Pomona cemetery. His first breakthrough came in 1979 with the band Christian Death, a play on the brand Christian Dior. In 1981, he collaborated with performance artist Ron Athey to produce the beginnings of industrial noise in a project called Premature Ejaculation. Always an innovator, Rozz Williams changed the depth of music and art while inspiring subsequent generations of artists. ‘A Little Hard to Swallow: 1334’ encompasses Rozz Williams life in a richly dark poetic way.

Established in 2009, A Raven Above Press publishes original and unique titles with a focus on Celtic, folklore and thought-provoking art. A Raven Above Press specializes in the handmade process and limited print runs. A Raven Above Press is also curator of unique shows and exhibits, including The Annual Los Angeles St. David’s Day Festival-National Day of Wales.

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