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Charles Krafft Interviewed by Morgan Spurlock

"Controversy has been trumping craftsmanship since the beginning of Modernism. I like a little controversy, but I'm always awed by good craftsmanship..." --Charles Krafft, Hi-Fructose vol.19

We have a great exclusive interview with Disasterwear® sculptor Charles Krafft by acclaimed filmmaker Morgan Spurlock  in the latest Hi-Fructose Magazine now on stands.In it they discuss Krafft's roots an artist, the pros and cons of controversy, his work with Michael Leavitt (like the piece above), his Spone® urns made of literal human bone china,Jack Kerouac, and more. Here's a few great Krafft works. Be sure to check out the interview on the new issue on stands now.

“Controversy has been trumping craftsmanship since the beginning of Modernism. I like a little controversy, but I’m always awed by good craftsmanship…” –Charles Krafft, Hi-Fructose vol.19

We have a great exclusive interview with Disasterwear® sculptor Charles Krafft by acclaimed filmmaker Morgan Spurlock  in the latest Hi-Fructose Magazine now on stands.In it they discuss Krafft’s roots an artist, the pros and cons of controversy, his work with Michael Leavitt (like the piece above and the Kim Jong Il piece below), his Spone® urns made of literal human bone china,Jack Kerouac, and more. Here’s a few great Krafft works. Be sure to check out the interview on the new issue on stands now.

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