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"And Justice For Art" Takes A Look At Pantera

This week in the "....And Justice For Art" serial in Pure Grain Audio, writer Ramon Martos-Garcia tackles the artwork of Pantera circa the "Vulgar Display of Power" release and the stories behind its significance. The article talks about photographer Brad Guice, who did the imagery of the person being punched on the cover art.

Guice had produced campaign images for Coca Cola, editorials for Harper’s Bazaar, Interview Magazine and for artists like Sting, BB King and Prince, and was well-known for giving his images what he calls "a particular kind of movement" which made him the ideal candidate for the project. Years later during the release of the "Piss" track to the fans, the video paid homage to this cover in its images of fans getting clocked. Check out the full article at this location.

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