"As if I could do anything but sit & stare, like one of his stuffed birds." #31NightsOfHorror #inktober #Psycho
Drink ‘n draw (mostly drink).
Tickets for our Rock & Roll High School screening on September 23rd (held at the Museum Of Natural History, 1747 Summer Street) will be available starting tomorrow morning at 10 AM at Strange Adventures, 5110 Prince Street, in downtown Halifax! The screening is free, but you will need a ticket to get in as seating is limited. Don’t miss it!
Who are we to argue?
These are the last of the fake VHS covers I created for The Dart Gallery’s Last Exit To Springfield show. The show ended on Monday, but I think there are still a few pieces on exhibit, should you find yourself in downtown Dartmouth over the next few days. Check it out!
One final note—this was an incredibly fun project, but I’m kicking myself for not adding one detail to the box for Help! My Son Is A Nerd: “Features The Hit Single I Do Believe We’re Naked, by Funky See Funky Do.” Era-appropriate and everything, I just thought of it about a week too late. Oh well.
Here’s three more of the bogus VHS covers I created for the Last Exit To Springfield show at The Dart Gallery. Full disclosure—the image for The Boatjacking Of Supership ‘79 was based on the amazing one-sheet for the film Juggernaut, the art for Help! My Son Is A Nerd is a takeoff on the poster for the Arnold Schwarzenegger film Jingle All The Way, and The Bloodening artwork was inspired by the poster for movie that the fake horror film was clearly based on, Village Of The Damned.