Ever since I was a kid, Crybaby was one of my favorite movies. I had no idea who John Waters was-- let alone knew how subversive and controversial he was-- until much later. Still, to me there was no one cooler than Wade "Crybaby" Walker. I watched that movie countless times, and as a result I could quote it or sing the songs at the drop of a hat. Today, at 32 years old, it continues to draw me back to Turkey Point.
I made this illustration about a year and half ago and although I had prints made, I never quite felt that the image warranted a release. However, today marks the 27th anniversary of the movie's opening. I want to honor the legacy of this cinematic masterpiece and make this print available to all of my fellow drapes out there who love this movie as much-- if not more-- than I do.
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