With well over a dozen books to his credit, Gris Grimly has been steadily carving a unique niche for himself in the art world for many years now. His talent ranges from fine art to illustrated children’s stories, including work with Neil Gaimen and illustrated volumes of Edgar Allan Poe and Sleepy Hollow. Through the end of this month his books and t-shirts will be on display at Hyaena Gallery in Burbank.
It's not scheduled for release until fall of 2011, but artist/author Gris Grimly posted online via Twitter another drawing for his upcoming illustrated Frankenstein book. It may seem simple, but, in Grimly's words, "I look at this image and see this sole icon representing the overall tone of the book."
It's been a while since Gris Grimly updated us on the status of his collaboration with Ghoultown and the lovely Cassandra Peterson (aka Elvira) on the song "Mistress of the Dark", but today we got word that a limited edition CD/DVD is now available. And if you order a copy before October 25th, Grimly, aka the Mad Creator, will try his darnedest to get it to you by Halloween!
We hear a lot from horror fans that "everything happens in LA or New York; how about something for those of us in-between?" Well, it's not quite the Midwest or the Mountain States, but folks in and around Richmond, Virginia, have one helluva cool event to look forward to!
We here at Dread Central love Gris Grimly and his beautifully macabre contributions to the horror genre. And while I don't speak for everyone at Dread Central when it comes to the brilliant works of Edgar Allan Poe, how can you not agree that his rich and atmospheric poetry is perfectly matched alongside Grimly's twisted mind?
The badass known as the Mad Creator, Gris Grimly, dropped us a line today with more insight into his latest short film Wounded Embark of the Lovesick Mind including the teaser trailer that he debuted at Comic-Con.
A couple of updates came through via Twitter today from director Darren Bousman and mad creator Gris Grimly.
Last week we brought you a look at filmmaker Gris Grimly’s Wounded Embark of the Lovesick Mind. Gris dropped us a line today with an update on filming and a behind-the-scenes look at this warped horror show.
Gris Grimly returns with another demented short film adapted from his own warped paintings, "Wounded Embark of the Lovesick Mind". The film, a surreal and nightmarish study of love and obsession, details a one-sided relationship between Lovesick and the object of his affection, Beauty. When it becomes clear that the girl wants nothing to do with her admirer, he turns to murder in order to preserve her beauty.
We recently got an update from one of the hardest working men in horror, Gris Grimly, as to what he's been up to, and two items definitely stood out. First is Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Death and Dementia, the long-awaited sequel to Grimly's 2004 Tales of Mystery and Madness.
Now here's some good news to brighten your weekend; a darker, more horror-friendly version of Pinocchio is being developed by Guillermo del Toro, The Jim Henson Company and Gris Grimly, according to Variety. Wow, with a team like that behind it, you know it’s going to be interesting if nothing else.
It's been a while since we got an update on what our favorite Mad Creator, aka Gris Grimly, has been up to lately.
The multi-talented Gris Grimly, aka the Mad Creator, recently sent over an email with details about some of his latest projects.
We got an update today from one of our favorite "mad creators" on the horror scene: artist and budding filmmaker Gris Grimly.