At first glance the drawings of Lee Brown Coye have an almost simplistic, naive quality. Once you spend some time with the drawings in Pulp Macabre, the intricacies and subtleties reveal themselves starkly in black and white.
According to Mr. Coye's son Robert Coye Sr., "[Coye] had a fascination for the ghoulish, ghosts, the macabre, mortality, death and the after life. These I believe he tried to express in his art."
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