Pulp City: San Francisco Culture Gets Turned Into Frisky Pulp Covers


San Francisco artist Katie Gilmartin knows a thing or two about the city — like how badass the girls who hang out at 500 Club can be or how fucking ugly that giant cell phone tower is. She’s recreated some of San Francisco’s most iconic attributes into a series of pulp covers that bring out the frisky, alternative side of the city by the bay.

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  • Is she going to have a show of these? I’d go. My faves are Attack of the Iron Insect! and The Lady Was a Man!

  • Is she going to have a show of these? I’d go. My faves are Attack of the Iron Insect! and The Lady Was a Man!

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