Believe it or not, I actually won this! Pretty stoked, considering I am a big fan of Cab, and have worn Vans since I was a teen…
Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine covers, via horroroftruant.
18” X 24” screen prints, S/N editions of 50. Available HERE.
Booh ! The awesome Monsters series by Tom Whalen ! More monsters here
Poison Ivy, The Cramps - Halloween 2006
The one…the only! Such a badass!
Frankenstein and his lovely Bride. All art by Mike Bell.
At ‘The Procession’, this year’s Theatre Bizarre event in Detroit, MI
Photos: © Trever Long Photography
The ghoulfiend and I all dressed up and ready to kill for The Procession…
Artist Talk: Saturday, Oct 5th, 2p:
in conversation with:
The Lodge Gallery, 131 Chrystie St., NYC (bt Broome & Delancey)
John Dunivant, artist and founder of Detroit’s “Theatre Bizarre,” discusses his current exhibition, “The Expatriate Parade,” and the Theatre itself. The paintings on view explore the world of “Theatre Bizarre” by depicting its inhabitants celebrating and embracing a dark and glorious march toward the unknown.
“Since the turn of the century, Theatre Bizarre has been rollicking in the darkness. First, by creating a phantasmagorical (and entirely illegal) theme park in the shadows of one of Detroits most dangerous neighborhoods. Providing an event worthy of its legendary status, built by an army of volunteers, it emerged for only one indescribable night a year. Each year it grew in scope and in detail, The New York Times exclaimed Over-The-Top! and Bizarre Magazine (UK) called it One of the greatest Halloween parties in the world! Until the city was forced to shut it down in 2010. Not to be dissuaded, Theatre Bizarre birthed a new world and revealed a new path in 2011. Lifting a veil on their own carnivalesque secret society and inviting the revelers to join them on a journey once more.”
Two days until “The Procession”! Here’s a glimpse of last year’s “Asylum” Stage…