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    Rue Morgue and Anchor Bay Canada present Black Christmas

    Advance tickets are now available for the Black Christmas 40th Anniversary screening at The Royal Theatre on Saturday, December 20th. The event is hosted by Art Hindle and I’ll be dropping my limited edition, silk-screened poster. Any remaining copies will be available online in my store shortly after the event. Check out the press release below for all the information and […]
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    The Babadook – Rue Morgue Cover

    Illustration used for Rue Morgue Magazine Cover.
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    Rue Morgue’s Festival of Fear at Fan Expo 2014

    The RUE MORGUE FESTIVAL OF FEAR is the horror genre component of FanExpo, the country’s largest fan convention, attracting more than 80,000 fans to the heart of downtown Toronto over four days in August. This powerhouse event is an extravaganza of celebrity guests, autograph signings, parties, Q&A sessions, seminars and workshops, and a colossal selection of movies and movie memorabilia, […]
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    Rue Morgue shirt design

    Work shirt design for the staff at Rue Morgue.
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    Rue Morgue Magazine

    Logo design for Rue Morgue Magazine, 1998. “Under Gary’s eye Rue Morgue blossomed; with every subsequent issue he redesigned columns, pages, logos and headers. He became increasingly versatile and adept at capturing the different styles and nuances of the genre. With Gary, Rue Morgue became the horror fan’s horror mag.” – Rodrigo Gudiño, Rue Morgue founder.
  • Rue Morgue Festival of Fear is upon us!

    Greetings friends (and foes)! The Rue Morgue Festival of Fear is quickly creeping up on us! I’ll be there selling all kinds of signed art prints, t-shirts, patches, show specials, and enough surprises that would impress a corpse! Look for the Ghoulish booth at the Rue Morgue epicenter and drop by and say hi! All the info for the horror […]
  • Rue Morgue Festival of Fear and New Work!

    It’s been forever since my last update and for that I must apologize. I’ve been meaning to drop in and (un)kindly remind you that I have all kinds of prints available through Rue-Morgue.com in the Shoppe, including limited prints from my “I Remember Halloween” art event. Recently, I’ve been featured in the Toronto based rock ‘zine Gasoline and Vancouver’s music […]
  • Prints available through Rue-Morgue.com !

    Things have been very busy for this weary monster and my (soon to be!) bride, so we haven’t got to updating the Merch of Menace store quite yet. BUT over at Rue-Morgue.com you can purchase many of my prints through the Shoppe of Horrors! It’s the only place where you can get prints online as of now, including my limited […]
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    Guillermo del Toro’s Fright Nights at TIFF

    A new collaboration with the fiends at Phantom City Creative! Co-presented by Rue Morgue and TIFF Lightbox.
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    Hobo with a Shotgun

    Cover illustration for Rue Morgue Magazine April 2011
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    Black Christmas 40th Anniversary

    Honoured to have created the poster for the 40th Anniversary screening of Black Christmas at The Royale Cinema. Presented by Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada & Rue Morgue Magazine featuring special guest actor Art Hindle & more. Limited edition of 100 Signed and numbered Metallic inks Printed by D&L
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    All Things Babadook

    Happy Halloween, everyone! I thought I would bring you behind the curtain on all of the Babadook related things I’ve been doing lately. If you haven’t heard of new horror film The Babadook, you will soon enough. It’s the big buzz horror film this year, winning Best Horror feature at Fantasia Fest and it truly is worthy of the hype. […]
  • Jason Eisener (Hobo With A Shotgun)

    Gary Pullin is my favourite artist from Canada. He treats every issue of Rue Morgue like a work of art. First thing I do when I pick up the magazine is flip through the pages and admire the design work. I love how consistent his work is and I’m inspired by how fast it progresses.
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    The Changeling & Ginger Snaps

    Poster I created with Justin Erickson from Phantom City Creative for TIFF and Rue Morgue‘s chilling double bill screening of The Changeling and Ginger Snaps on Halloween night, 2013. Available in the TIFF shop now:http://tiff.net/halloween
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    In the Land of Ghouls and Monsters – Feratum Film Fest art show

    I am thrilled to announce I am an official guest at this year’s Feratum Film Fest, Mexico’s biggest and baddest horror and sci-fi film festival. I am also pleased to say I will be exhibiting a career retrospective of art work for the first time in Mexico, which spans my fifteen year career creating horror inspired imagery. The exhibit will feature many […]
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    Mondo Presents The Universal Monsters

    October is upon us and we're in full-swing over here at Ghoulish H.Q. Here's a few things I've got lying around the lab...
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    A New Beginning

    It’s January 1st as I write this and usually I would spend the day reflecting on the challenges and accomplishments of the past year. Today is a little different though and I found myself reflecting on not just last year but the past 13. The reason? In December of 2011 I decided it was time to leave my position as […]
  • Fright Nights: Guillermo del Toro does Halloween

    On Thursday October 27, TIFF Lightbox and Rue Morgue kicked off a series of screenings curated by one of the most influential directors of our time, Guillermo del Toro. Justin Erickson and I were commissiond by TIFF to design a poster to commemorate the halloween themed event. Here’s a few quick photos of us presenting Guillermo with our poster after […]
  • October Shadows 2011

    I’m honoured to be included for this year’s October Shadows art show, which takes place this Sunday in L.A. at the Mountain View Mausoleum (yes, where they filmed Phantasm). This is their fourth year, displaying art inspired by our favourite holiday season. No word yet on a collected art book but I really hope it’s part of the plan. My […]
  • Call The Doc: Scream Greats

    Welcome to my first entry of Call the Doc: Documentaries From Beyond!
  • Who survived? And what is left of them?

    The castle lights are dim indeed while I wind down from this year’s Festival of Fear, Rue Morgue’s annual convention held within FanExpo at the Toronto Metro Convention centre. It was amazing meeting everyone, especially all the artists, friends old and new who dropped by the booth to say hi, grab a print or chew up a storm talking shop. […]
  • Apparitions in August

    Hello all, the Rue Morgue Festival of Fear is fast approaching and things are in full pendulum-swing here at Castle Ghoulishstein. First, here’s the e-Bay link to see (or bid) on all the busts created for God Save The King: The Faces of Death of Elvis Presley, an art show of hand painted Elvis busts. A mix of Rock and roll […]
  • God Save The King Art Show

    If you’re in Toronto Friday, August 12, come celebrate the life and death of a King! Below is the info and a “before” shot of my bust. Hope to see you there! A selection of the best underground artists from Toronto are uniting for this exciting art show commemorating the 34th anniversary of the death of the King: Elvis Aaron […]
  • Welcome To My Website

    Greetings and welcome to my new online home! We’ve been toiling away for months getting ready to unleash it upon the unsuspecting public. Several thanks goes to my lovely wife Nicole for all of her hard work building out the site and making it as simple as stealing a brain to update. Thanks to Trevor Tuminski too, for writing up […]
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    Coffin Teeth

    T-shirt design for Rue Morgue, dubbed “Coffin Teeth”.
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    Dread of Night

    Dread of Night illustration, originally published in Rue Morgue issue #100 for the Nightmare Gallery. Artists were asked to create an image based on a personal nightmare.
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    Revolver Golden Gods Awards Poster

    The good folks at Revolver Magazine recently commissioned Phantom City Creative’s Justin Erickson, (also my uber talented partner in crime at Rue Morgue Magazine) and I to team up and create the poster for this years Golden Gods Awards event. Here’s the epic result! Justin did up the deadly Medusa and I handled the Golden Gods logo, text and threw […]