Savage Pencil ‘Lie Dream Of A Casino Soul’ Cover Art

Edwin Pouncey, aka Savage Pencil, walks us through his iconic cover art for The Fall’s 1981 seven-inch, ‘Lie Dream Of A Casino Soul’

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