By Jacques Boyreau
Trash proudly assembles greater than a hundred and fifty masterpieces of twisted brilliance: lowbrow photo poster paintings from the sickest, sleaziest, sexiest, and most unearthly motion pictures from the Fifties throughout the Nineteen Eighties. A dinner party for the eyes and different visceral zones, Trash rolls within the dust with image paintings of such questionable aesthetic caliber and social worthy that it essentially redefines the poster as advertisements medium. Chapters every one outline a key Trash subject (Sex Trash, motion Trash, unwell Trash, Race Trash, Groovy Trash, Docu Trash), accumulating the main zombified, oversexed, deadly pest-infested, and tasteless posters from each one style. With plagues of frogs, meteors headed immediately for earth, sex-starved zombies, and explosion after wonderful explosion, Trash gleefully crawls around the underbelly of either the cinematic and poster arts.