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American artist Thomas Allen has tapped into one of his culture's most striking vintage paper icons - pulp fiction. It's an arresting subject matter that he has recreated into the more dramatic form of a 3D sculpture. He cuts out the two-dimensional figures of pulp fiction book covers and refashions them into a graphic depiction of the action within.

American artist Thomas Allen has tapped into one of his culture's most striking vintage paper icons - pulp fiction. It's an arresting subject matter that he has recreated into the more dramatic form of a 3D sculpture. He cuts out the two-dimensional figures of pulp fiction book covers and refashions them into a graphic depiction of the action within.

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