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Pwease Wuv Me!: More Art' of Mitch O'Connell Paperback – Dec 1998

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Mitch O'Connell Goes Nuts and Takes Us Along 22 May 2007
By By Mark Braun - Published on
Format: Paperback
Like its companion collection GOOD TASTE GONE BAD, PWEASE WUV ME is a stewpot of everything kitschy and weirdly cool. you either love it, uh, luv it, or ya don't; well, I do.

There's a truly unique weirdness in repackaging our pop culture as art; O'Connell has the mystical sense of "IT" that separates junk collectors from those who can polish up some cultural junk and make it really cool.

I can't stop looking at this one; every once in awhile, I pull this off of the shelf and wander through the images of big-eyed weepy kids, McDonald's-fed nostalgia that came back to suck us through some infernal afterlife. I don't know how O'connell twists it all so well, but the freak show is always the best paet of the carnival. What a cool and cheesy bunch of Riverview-esque memories that this is: like stuff pulled out of a personal fever dream and made whole. Will our culture after 2007 look as groovy as all this stuff?
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Pwease Weevu Me 25 Jan. 2008
By Emmanuel J. Montalvo - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I remember seeing Mitch's work as a kid and not having any money to buy the material because my cheap parents wouldn't give me an allowance. Years later, thanks to Amazon, they brought his work back to my attention. His work is brilliant, full of emotion, color, humor and thought and in a way I'm very much jeaolous of the man because I use to think along his lines. But unfortunately you can't get very far in life without conforming to it's way's and that is what I had to do.

So it is refreshing to see so much spirit in his work. His paintings and drawings are a raunchy blend of traditional cartooning, graphic design and advertising art that at times can be an overload to the senses.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
genius geek 30 Jan. 2008
By Jane Sharland - Published on
Format: Paperback
PWEASE WUV ME MORE the art of Mitch O'Connell by MITCH O'CONNELL is a very colourful ,playful kitch take -on old skool type tattoos with a new funky twist . His artwork is sooo detailed and eyepopping . You can not smile and feel happy when viewing this book . it was worth every penny i spent and more , if youre into tattoos , mark Ryden , cartoons , and looking at new ideas , i would say buy it now because you will love it !!!:)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
please wuv me: more art of mitch o'connell 26 Jan. 2008
By Megan Doherty - Published on
Format: Paperback
Please Wuv Me is a brilliant look into the mind of Mitch O'Connell. It has great ideas for tattoos and other artwork. I loved it!
Share the wuv 29 Jan. 2008
By Fred Monkey - Published on
Format: Paperback
More great stuff from Mr. O'Connell. Only complaint is that this slim volume contains too little of his full color paintings. Hopefully his publishers are considering a third volume dedicated exclusively to this portion of his work.
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