I’m honoured to have a piece in Mondo‘s Universal Monsters art show, which opens on October 19 and runs until November 10. It’s their biggest and baddest show yet and I can’t wait to see all the amazing artwork on display. I’m happy to say I’ll be in attendance for the opening, along with my talented pals Justin Erickson and Paige Renyolds from Phantom City Creative and our good buddy, Jason Edmiston. To say we’re excited about this particular show is an understatement. In case you haven’t noticed, we happen to like classic monsters, a lot. Here’s the flyer with all the artists and info.
I was recently commissioned by TIFF Bell Lightbox to whip up a quick poster for their In Conversation series with legendary horror director George A. Romero. Co-presented by Rue Morgue, Living Dread: The Cinema of George Romero starts it’s run on Halloween evening with Creepshow on Wednesday October 31, a screening of Martin with an introduction by Romero on November 1, Monkey Shines on November 2, all day screenings of Night, Dawn and Day of the Dead with intro by Romero on November 3, and finally the director introduces Michael Powell’s creepy classic, Peeping Tom on November 4.
The poster will be available only in the TIFF store during the event, so grab one while you can.
Limited to 100 copies, measures 18″ x 24″, signed and numbered and is printed by Toronto’s Kid Icarus. The poster will be available only through TIFF, but watch for some artist copies to appear right here on my site after the event. Hope to see you there!
Have a safe and happy Halloween!
I’m thrilled to be a part of Gallery 1988‘s upcoming Hitchcock themed art show, Suspense & Gallows Humor: A Tribute to the All-Time Greatest. The show appropriately opens on Friday the 13th at their Venice location and runs until May 5th. Here is a picture of my contribution simply titled Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. This print is an extremely limited edition of only 20 copies, measures 18″ x 24″ and features a cameo by the maestro of the macabre himself.
I recently spoke with Flavorpill about the print, check out the article here. If you’re in the L.A. area drop by to see all the killer artwork on display, this show is not to be missed. And take one of these home won’t you? I don’t know when it will expire.
On Saturday, March 10, Mondo celebrated the launch of their gallery with an art show for the ages. The event had SXSW goers and poster fans camping out the night before to be the first to grab a glimpse, a limited print or a shot at an original piece of art. I was honoured to be invited to participate in the show alongside some of my favourite artists working today. A special thanks to Jason Edmiston for delivering my piece safe and sound to the gallery and scoring me a couple of awesome prints.
Here’s a picture of my painting, “Beware of… THEM!” It is 15″ x 20″ acrylic, pen and ink on illustration board. Swing by the Mondo Gallery to check it out and all the other amazing art, open 12-6 every day during SXSW and located at 4115 Guadalupe Street in Austin.
Update: Below is a picture of the piece in its frame and “angry red” matte. Thanks to Ruben Leal at Digital Eyez Photography for snapping it at the event.
Here’s the final poster I designed with Texas Frightmare Weekend 2012 and Mondo! Inspired by Gunnar Hansen and Frightmare’s first time THEY LIVE reunion with appearances by Keith David, Roddy Piper and Meg Foster.
These screen printed posters are 24″ x 36″, feature glow in the dark ink and are limited to only 250. Printed by D&L Printing, the cost is $40 and will only be available to purchase in person at the TFW ticket booth. But keep those sunglasses on, you may spot some artist copies online after the event!
As previously announced, I’ll be a guest at TFW 2012, May 4 to 6 in it’s new location at the Hyatt Regency, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. Drop by my booth and say hi!