We told you over the weekend that horror photog Joshua Hoffine has joined Mezco's Living Dead Dolls art book project, and now we have a look at some work he did recently for Sony UK featuring a monster of a prom!
We're big fans of horror photog Joshua Hoffine here at Dread Central, and so too are the folks at Mezco, who just signed him up for their upcoming book 16 Years of Terror- Art Inspired by The Living Dead Dolls, heading our way by year-end.
As horror photographers go, Joshua Hoffine might very well be the best there is. His intricate sets and chilling imagery have made for a slew of amazing shots. But he’s got another idea in mind, a short film entitled Black Lullaby.
Nobody does horror photography quite like the one and only Joshua Hoffine. So when we heard he released a new pic featuring a zombie attack, we had to share it with our beloved Dreadies as soon as possible!
Horror Photographer Joshua Hoffine's Zombie Photo Shoot Last Stand Leads to Greatest Harlem Shake Video Ever!
At one time or another we've all checked out a Harlem Shake video on YouTube. I enjoyed the Miami Heat's version, and the "Duck Dynasty" guys had a good one, too.
One of the most influential film fests for the promotion of female filmmakers, the Viscera Film Festival, is now calling for entries, and to help promote the event, they've brought in one of our favorite horror photogs, Joshua Hoffine.
Incredible horror photographer Joshua Hoffine was recently on the pages of Dread Central for releasing the opening photo of his two-panel Jack the Ripper project. As promised, he recently unveiled the second and final part of the work, and it's as gruesome as advertised.
Fantastic horror photog Joshua Hoffine has been busy at work and has just revealed his latest project. Hoffine dug deep into the history of true crime and brilliantly selected Jack the Ripper as his newest subject.
Those of you who are familiar with the absolutely incredible work of horror photographer Joshua Hoffine know that his creations are quite simply nightmares captured by his lens. And for you new to Hoffine, think of him as Anne Geddes meets ... oh, I don't know ... Satan.