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VOSKY (Vinnie + Posky) are currently on hiatus.

Matt Posky moved to New York City, writing for the funny pages at You Monsters Are People.

Vinnie Massimino lives in Detroit. Currently, Vinnie is a one-man freelance movie studio.

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VOSKY are on hiatus because long-distance relationships don’t make sense. Keep up with them at either of their blogs -

blog.vinniemassimino.com

mattposky.wordpress.com

I’m proud to announce the first official, wide release of Stairclimbing - the original movie from SONS OF DADS. Shot in 2006, the film was never completed due to a multitude of complications. Occasional screenings were held by Dan Rathke and Matt Posky, but without a wide, available release, Stairclimbing has become a tall-tale in the legend of the SONS OF DADS. Between working on my website and reediting/compiling this feature length behemoth from scratch, I’ve been busy (and quiet) for the last few months. Enjoy! - Vinnie

Matt Posky made a comic about tattoos. People on Wordpress seem to eat it up.

Matt Posky made a comic about tattoos. People on Wordpress seem to eat it up.

I Hate the Jeff Willson that lives on 12th St.
coming to your computer screens and select happenings November 5: Gnarled Misogyny. The new VOSKY experimental narrative of romance, candy and broken sweet hearts.

coming to your computer screens and select happenings November 5: Gnarled Misogyny. The new VOSKY experimental narrative of romance, candy and broken sweet hearts.

GNARLED MISOGYNY

GNARLED MISOGYNY

September 2007: Timestronauts pre-production, from the archive. (Matt Ferrett as proto-rex 9). Photo credit: Allison

September 2007: Timestronauts pre-production, from the archive. (Matt Ferrett as proto-rex 9). Photo credit: Allison

Matt Posky, as shot by Vinnie Massimino on Impossible PX 680.

Matt Posky, as shot by Vinnie Massimino on Impossible PX 680.

Vinnie Massimino, as shot by Matt Posky on impossible px 680.

Vinnie Massimino, as shot by Matt Posky on impossible px 680.

Vinnie Massimino makes electronic music. A bass-heavy track recorded at a Rite Aid, a witness to the American healthcare system: paid co-pays, diagnosed with bronchitis, LCD televisions at gas pumps, angry children/overweight adults, underpaid pharmacy technicians. “Bronchitis” (sketch)

THEME BY PARTI