Monday, May 20, 2013
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Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Hey guys! So the Toronto Comics and Arts Festival is this weekend! I’ve enclosed a map of the 2nd floor of the Reference Library, where me and a bunch of super cool people in my art collective, (Friendship Edition) will have a table.
At said table, you will be able to purchase “Feature Creature” sticker sets (ALL 3 VARIETIES!), a HUGE variety of my prints, and the newly-launched H.P. Lovecraft Fan Art Book, “Puffed Shoggoths”, which will be going for $15! Please come by and see me if you live in Toronto! I’d love to meet people who live in the city and follow my tumblr!
Thanks, and i hope to see you this Saturday and Sunday!
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Saturday, April 27, 2013
Friday, April 26, 2013
soclsuicide asked: Man, you're work is too cool.
Aw, thanks so much!
A better look at the new stickers.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
My third set of Feature Creature cult horror stickers are now on sale on my Etsy store! In this series, you get….
* Blanche the Demon Cat (From the bizarre, psychadelic Japanese ghost film, “Hausu”, 1977)
* Melting Hobo (From “Street Trash”, 1987)
* The Blind Dead (From “Tombs of the Blind Dead”, 1972)
* The Abominable Dr.Phibes (From the Vincent Price classic, “The Abominable Dr.Phibes, 1971)
* Xtro (From the weirdo British alien film, “Xtro”, 1983)
* Gunther the Fun-House freak (From the under-seen Tobe Hooper film, “The Fun-House”, 1981)
Guaranteed to give you a greater appreciation for under-seen cult horror films.
Check them out here!
ALSO: I now have an option available on my Etsy store to purchase all three sticker packs (18 stickers in total) for a slightly reduced rate. A bargain!
New horror stickers available!
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
My “Hausu” painting is on sale now! A painted tribute to one of the strangest goddamn movies out there, “Hausu”! It tells the story of a group of seven girls visiting a haunted house in the countryside. Dancing skeletons, ghost cats, rivers of blood and flying heads ensue.
The film combines animation, live-action, painted backdrops, stop-motion, and tons of other strange effects in conjunction with each other to make you think someone snuck you some acid. You should really see it if you haven’t!
The painting is printed on 12 X 17 on glossy card-stock, and is shipped in sturdy cardboard tubes to prevent damage.
Thanks for your time and interest!