Artist “Ghoulish” Gary Pullin Releasing Retrospective Art Book


If you’ve been partaking in the world of limited screen print posters, horror vinyl soundtracks, and high class enamel pins, you’ll undoubtedly have run across the work of “Ghoulish” Gary Pullin. Having done work for Mondo, Waxwork Records, Death Waltz, Rue Morgue, and a whole lot more, his work has been praised by the likes of Guillermo del Toro and Mick Garris.

Now Pullin is set to release his own retrospective, Ghoulish: The Art of Gary Pullin, which is a 208-page, full-color, lavish hardbound comprehensive retrospective book encompassing Pullin’s vivid career.

Pullin states, “This book covers it all, from my early years as a budding artist and horror film fan and my 13-year stint at Rue Morgue magazine as their original art director to the present day, which finds me owning and operating my own company, Ghoulish Gary. I hope you enjoy reading my story and taking in the artwork as much as I enjoyed creating it. Perhaps it will inspire you to carve out your own path.

The book will be open for pre-orders through 1984 Publishing starting Wednesday, November 8th, and will begin shipping in May of 2018. A $29.95 regular version will be available to pre-order on Amazon while two $39.95 limited edition versions will also be made available.

The first limited edition will be available through 1984’s website and will only have 500 copies, each of which will come with a 12-inch exclusive Goblin single. Side A will have a remastered live version of Suspiria while Side B will be a remastered live version of Dawn of the Dead. 300 will be “stained glass” transparent blue while 200 will be “stained glass” transparent red.

The second limited edition will be through Amazon and will only see 100 copies. These will a a signed 3D print of Children of the Corn by Pullin and special branded 3D glasses.

Below are samples of some of Pullin’s work.



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