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  • Steve Shamburger

    Illustrator: Greg Manchess (not Glen Orbik)

  • Jason Kobs

    Illustrator: Glen Orbik is that creep who stands over you at the beach. Don't mess up my tan.

  • Lucie

    Vacation!: Pin Up and Cartoon Girls

  • Debra Smouse

    You have a choice. Each and every moment is a choice. Life is not hopeless. Life is not about survival. You do not have to go through any day – not the holidays, or the average days either – like the ones that came before. You get to be the leader in your own life.

  • De Anna Earl

    glen orbik illustrations | Gregory Manchess Illustration

  • beulah jetson

    "Zero Cool" | Vintage Pulp Fiction Paperback Book Cover Art | Sugary.Sweet

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