Between a brief introduction and the end credits, Crap Hound is pure imagery. Each page is filled with high-contrast art, carefully taken from vintage catalogs. Between a brief introduction and the end credits, Crap Hound edited by It’s found an wide, international audience with zine makers, graphic. Sean Tejaratchi (born ) is a graphic designer, art director and writer based in Los Angeles, California. He is known for creating the clip art zine Crap Hound.
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Sean Tejaratchi born  is a nagazine designer, art director and writer based in Los AngelesCalifornia. Two years out of high school and living in Eugene, OregonTejaratchi designed his first posters in for a fictional rock band and posted them around Eugene.
Halla performing arts venue in Eugene. It was through his work magazije W. Hall that he was introduced to Mike King, a screen printer and poster designer who, at the time, also produced Snipehunta zine devoted to the music and comic art scenes of the Northwestern United States. Tejaratchi moved to Portland between the end of and the beginning of The inspiration for the zine came when Tejaratchi was working on a poster for a Portland-area rock band — he had a particular image of a devil in mind, but was unable to find the exact image.
From to Tejaratchi published five editions of Crap Hound ;  he stopped printing due to a lack of funds.
Tejaratchi’s essay “Death, Phones, Scissors” — which was published in in the sixth issue of Crap Hound bearing the same title — was widely distributed via Twitter and Tumblr as part of a craphonud paragraph essay attributed to the artist Banksy.
However Tejaratchi later wrote in a blog post published on Reading Frenzy’s website on March 18,that he discovered Banksy had mailed a letter and a copy of Cut It Out to the address in Crap Hound in Tejaratchi’s zine work was displayed as part of The Copyist Conspiracy: The First Four Years. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It is not to be confused with Craphound.
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