Hello! Welcome to Frankie Lassut.com.



Most people think trees are unaware things with certainly no artistic ability. Maybe though it’s the observer/passer by who has no arty fartyness about them? Think how good trees would be at that hand shadow puppetry.



Just to be different it is actually a site with four contributors in only one person (different enough?) . We hope this brings a freshness to the usually troubling 'multiple-personality disorder' making it multiple personality ‘to order’. How weird is that?!


Main Brain: Frankie Lassut, caricature style writer i.e. Pen-tertainer. He’s so shit, he’s brilliant.

You can also experience the work of the following personalities which should entertain you, but, as they are a mystery to you, you may wish to find out about their common origin? We're only trying to entertain you. To 'realise' the origins, please click on the link. We promise you, we will bring you right back to this point. Have an awesome day (or night).

1: Fwanksy (Wonky fine art photographer) ... includes Lou Liddé
2: Damien Cursed (modern artist, so crap he even annoys himself)




Frankie is probably the world's only Caricature word artist. His greatest critics have said of his brand of keyboard scribble:

'He's so shit, he's good' . That's a HUGE accolade, a massive compliment and something he's extremely proud of, thrilled with ... and over the moon about. It's worthy of a magnum or two of Bollinger. Other 'writers' don't seem to take so kindly to similar solid gold jewel encrusted lifetime achivement awards.



Linda Barnett-Johnson commented on your blog post "Where do you get ideas? A 
tested answer." on Book Town (Feb 2015)
'What an imagination! I assume that you write humor books. If not, you sure 
should. You are a gifted writer and I laughed several times. It's really nice to 
know you. I'm still shaking my head and smirking.' 


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Visit our digital 'WONKY ART' gallery?


A taken for fun display, and the 'Beauty in Urbania' Exhibition


Images by Fwanksy

Perhaps the fly thought: 'I should have stopped in bed this morning.'

Did we add the eyes for effect? Of course not.

(click on image for gallery)

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