Jason D'Aquino's Super Small Scale Pulp Magazine Prints

By: Rachel Bowman - Published: Aug 20, 2009   Updated: Aug 9 2011 • References: jasondaquino & curatedmag
Using vintage pulp magazine covers as his inspiration, Jason D'Aquino creates really small hand-drawn black and white prints on matchbook covers.

The matchbook does seem like an odd place for hand-drawn art, but Jason D'Aquino likes miniature art, and these are certainly miniature. It's crazy to see how much detail he can make on such a small space! These are definitely matchbooks worth keeping instead of throwing away when the matches are gone.

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