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OFFICIALLY LICENSED high quality digital print of the popular black & white painting. Inspired by the classic 1968 horror film, ‘NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD’ by GEORGE A. ROMERO. Highlighting an explosive scene that signifies the loss of hope for the struggling survivors.
This image is officially licensed through IMAGE TEN INC; license holder of the ‘Night of the Living Dead’ film.
Initially created for The Living Dead Weekend: NotLD 50th Anniversary. Living Dead Weekend is an annual festival held in Evans City Pennsylvania, the actual filming location of the movie.
Two sizes available; 8×12 ($10) and 11×17 ($20). 11×17 ships rolled. All prints include the artist’s signature.
Have you heard of the amazing thing that I’ve been doing? This is HUGE for all of my trading card collectors. I’m offering a FACE CARD every month through my Patreon page when you’re a subscriber. After you sign up for a $3 or more tier, I will send to you the initial Title Card and that month’s FACE CARD. Every month a new character card will be voted on by my patrons. Continue Reading →
FRIGHT-RAGS approached me to do some sketch cards for the first ever 1978 HALLOWEEN movie trading card set. I drew 20 cards to be randomly inserted into packs of cards and was given another 10 cards to do as I please. 6 of them were turned into commissioned pieces and the other 4 will be auctioned on eBay.
ATTENTION! Read the following for information about purchasing the above t-shirts and prints.
Although I sell products through my various shops, there are a few items where I only created the art and the client sells the product. Here are the links to where you can purchase everything pictured above.
New event poster for Living Dead Weekend held at the Monroeville Mall, the filming location for the horror movie classic, Dawn of the Dead. I will be at the event vending my art along with cast, crew, and other vendors.