The Patrick Lee 'Deadly Friends' Series is Intimidating

By: Armida Ascano - Published: Oct 7, 2010 • References: ameringer-yohe & booooooom
The Patrick Lee 'Deadly Friends' series is totally "G'd up from the feet up." With implications of gang member affiliation, this badass series depicts some of the common stereotypes for gangsters while remaining completely artistic and skillful. Amongst these stereotypes are bikers, drug dealers and inked-out fellas who you do not want to mess with.

The Patrick Lee 'Deadly Friends' series is done completely in graphite on white paper. The absence of digital editing adds edge to this already unique piece of intimidation art. Stats for Gangsterfied Illustrations Trending: Older & Mild
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