pulp /pʌlp/ –noun
A magazine or book printed on rough, low-quality paper made of wood pulp or rags, and usually containing sensational and lurid stories, articles, etc..
At least, that’s what the dictionary says! Because since the talented photographer/director Neil Krug and supermodel Joni Harbeck announced the first release of the already famous Pulp Art Book our minds are brainwashed to see nothing but amazing grainy, over-expired vintage pictures whenever we hear the word ‘pulp’ again.
The Pulp Art Book breathes the stunning atmosphere of 60s/70s scenes, spaghetti westerns, oldskool LP covers with a twist of Bonnie & Clyde and is now available for purchase as a hardcover book at Nazraeli Press.