From the vault of the largest Murderabilia collection on the planet, Death Row Art Show:
|Artist:||John Wayne Gacy|
|Dimensions:||14" × 18" |
One of the only surviving Goodbye Pogo's that J.W. Gacy painted during his last days for a few select family members, friends, and penpals. Many were burned.
About the artist, John Wayne Gacy:
Mr. Gacy is known as the Killer Clown because of his part-time job of dressing up as a clown for children's birthday parties. Convicted or murdering 33 young men and boys in and around Des Plaines, Illinois, J.W. Gacy's most iconic and widely recognizable painting is of himself as 'Pogo the Clown'. In this piece, Pogo is shown with 34 stripes. One for each of the victims of the Killer Clown crimes. As Gacy never admitted to his crime, he viewed himself as the 34th victim when executed on May 10, 1994.
Inverse "Goodbye Pogo" painted during Gacy's very last days alive... soon to become the 34th stripe
Very Early Gacy Painting
Jesus Christ painted by the least godly man, serial killer John Wayne Gacy