About Gary Pullin
A horror fan since he could stick a tape into a VCR, “Ghoulish” Gary Pullin has grown into a monster-making machine. As Rue Morgue magazine’s original art director, the London, Ontario-born artist created the famous look of the publication, which currently hosts his art column, The Fright Gallery. In 2009, Gary was voted Artist of the Year in the Rondo Hatton Awards. Now a full time creature creator, his colourful signature style has graced numerous magazines, books and movie posters. He’s had his work featured in galleries across North America, created highly sought-after screen-prints for the likes of Mondo and Skuzzles, album covers for WaxWork and Death Waltz and created key art for various films, including Grabbers, Birth of the Living Dead, Why Horror? and The Babadook. Both Gary and his art will be seen in the upcoming documentary Twenty-Four by Thirty-Six.
- "Gary Pullin’s work encompasses everything that I love about horrific art. Taste inspired by 100s of years of painting and typography, design and illustration. Sometimes terrifying, sometimes amusing, always beautiful, and constantly reminds my why I’m passionate about the genre"Jason EdmistonArtist
- "Pullin’s work is fantastic, iconic stuff that goes right to the heart of what makes people love horror."Twitchfilm.com
- "Pullin is one of the best in the world when it comes to horror art."Fearnet.com
- "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."Jason EisenerHobo With A Shotgun
- "In a single image, Gary’s lines, colors & composition conveys menace, humor, pathos, or thrills. Don’t let the cobwebs & creases in his graphic work fool you, this stuff is fresh."Larry FessendenGlass Eye Pix
- "Like a modern Frankenstein, Gary reanimates nostalgia and unleashes it to bite your ass!"Guillermo del Toro