Taxidermied: The Art of Roman Dirge hit bookstores earlier this week, and to make sure fans of the artist are aware of its release, Titan Books provided us with four exclusive images to share with our readers along with the book's cover art. Read on for the details!
You know us - always on the lookout for cool things to share with our readers. Well, today we have some artwork and illustrations from Boston-based artist and musician Ralph DiNunzio. Obviously talent runs in the family as it was Ralph's brother, filmmaker Christopher DiNunzio (Her Heart Still Beats), who pointed us in his direction.
Now that Fright Night 3D week is officially in full swing, we wanted to bring you some badass artwork created by fans of Tom Holland's original Fright Night. Dig on the goods below!
It's been a while since we've gotten an update on director Chris Gorak's The Darkest Hour, but if you're attending this weekend's WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco, you'll want to check out the special collectible poster from the film's upcoming companion art book being unveiled by Summit Entertainment, New Regency, and Oni Press during the show.
It's been a few months since we've heard anything from artist/writer/actor/all-around great guy Terrance Zdunich, and now we know why. He's been hard at work on "Allied Forces", Chapter 6 of his portrait of a dysfunctional American family in the 90's, The Molting.
If there's one project that has us excited beyond words if only because of its absolute coolness and badassery, it's The Bloody Best Project, and, man, do we have a treat for you!
Hail to the King, a one-of-a-kind Stephen King tribute art show, is heading to downtown Des Moines for a five-week run beginning January 22nd. There will be original artwork, graphic design, artists proofs, limited edition prints, and soft sculpture toys paying tribute to the King of Horror! From the Press Release:
In our last interview installment, comedian and UFC commentator Joe Rogan talked about being a fan of horror books and movies, psychedelic drugs, growing up wanting to be an artist, and how dangerous both chimps and polar bears can be. In this, our second part of three, Dread Central delves deeper into the mind and philosophy of Mr. Rogan.
A really cool new art book project for horror fans has been cooking for a couple of months, and we've got all the details to share along with a few photographs that are sure to pique both your curiosity and your interest. Read on to learn more about The Bloody Best Project. Here's a synopsis of what you can expect from The Bloody Best Project:
After so many years terrorizing the world, the Saw franchise has definitely built up a creative fanbase who frequently pay homage to it in ways that most of us left-brain thinkers can only dream of.
Terrance Zdunich has just released "Mother's Day", Chapter 5 of his portrait of a dysfunctional American family in the 90's, The Molting, and it's the huskiest installment to date with 56 full-color pages. In addition, 100 limited-edition TZ cockroach necklaces are available for order with the Collector's Set of The Molting Issues 1-5.
For the past three months Terrance Zdunich, the mastermind behind Repo! The Genetic Opera and comics series The Molting, has been hosting a series of online how-to videos, a seemingly innocent collection of art lessons from "The Tutor". Well, class is over, and The Tutor is throwing a graduation party to die for.
This past August 28th saw the San Diego debut of the Blacklist Art and Film Festival, and your local Dread Central staff members were on hand for the event. We're happy to report a good time was had by all, and even though we'd seen a couple of the horror shorts shown during the film fest portion already, they really popped thanks to the enthusiastic crowd.
Finally an event in San Diego we can tell you about that isn't Comic-Con! The Blacklist Art & Film Festival, champions of gore and advocates of fearless creativity, will be delivering a multi–media spectacle that goes beyond the formula of mainstream culture. On Saturday, August 28th, join some local Dread Central staff members and experience a unique display of mind-bending artwork, award-winning horror film atrocities, and a night of rock 'n roll mayhem.
Fans of Clive Barker's Books of Abarat have had a long wait since the 2004 publication of Book #2 in the series, Days of Magic, Nights of War, but the author/artist has revealed when we might see Book #3, Absolute Midnight. Unfortunately it's still at least a year or so away.