Walk Off Hot Issue 1
Summer 1987 is a zine featuring drawings by artist Charly Fasano depicting an alien invasion of an undisclosed town in 1987. A what if it happened or did it really happen kind of situation.
16 pages. 16 drawings. 6×9 inches. Black and white.
Each page in this issue of Walk Off Hot is a 16×20 inch drawing created with acrylic paint pens on un-stretched canvas by Fasano. If you are interested in purchasing any of the originals please browse their shop.
Charly “the city mouse” Fasano is a poet, filmmaker, painter and block printer from Denver, Colorado. He has released two spoken word records accompanied by the music of Memphis’ Lucero. His short animated films have appeared at the No Budget Film Festival, Blackbird Film Festival and The Lowlands Film Festival. His short animated film Teddy’s Bowling Alley was awarded a Jury Prize at the Machinima Expo 7 Film Fest in 2014. Books of his poems have been published by Sunnyoutside Press (Buffalo NY) and Spartan Press (Kansas City). His drawings and poems have appeared in Suspect Press Magazine, Yellow Rake Magazine and Birdy Magazine. He also illustrated a book length poem by Ken Arkind called “Denver” with a series of block prints. Named to the Westword Magazine’s 100 Creatives 4.0 list, his drawings and paintings have also featured in group exhibitions at Bitfactory Gallery and Cabal Gallery in Denver.