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The best of Wayne Arents, one time gothic model for Propaganda Magazine, AKA ‘fabulous fishnet creature’ and similar nicknames. 1980’s.

The best of Wayne Arents, one time gothic model for Propaganda Magazine, AKA ‘fabulous fishnet creature’ and similar nicknames. 1980’s.

Propaganda, oh, how I loved you.  "Propaganda was an American gothic subculture magazine. It was founded in 1982 by Fred H. Berger, a photographer from New York City. Berger's photography was featured prominently in the magazine. Propaganda focused on all aspects of the goth culture, including fashion, sexuality, music, art and literature. Propaganda was, at the time of its final issue in 2002, the longest running and most popular gothic subculture magazine in the United States."

Propaganda, oh, how I loved you. "Propaganda was an American gothic subculture magazine. It was founded in 1982 by Fred H. Berger, a photographer from New York City. Berger's photography was featured prominently in the magazine. Propaganda focused on all aspects of the goth culture, including fashion, sexuality, music, art and literature. Propaganda was, at the time of its final issue in 2002, the longest running and most popular gothic subculture magazine in the United States."

Propaganda: The aesthetics of evil and why GOTH was a thing that had to happen | Dangerous Minds

Propaganda: The aesthetics of evil and why GOTH was a thing that had to happen | Dangerous Minds

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