“When there’s no more room in hell the dead will walk the earth”
Printed for the celebration of Baxter Ave’s 200th showing of their Midnight Movie Series. This time, it was Dawn of the Dead!
So to celebrate and encourage people to come out dressed up and ready for a good time, the first 50 people to show up in costume get a free zombie art print!
3 colors - the silver pops!
Signed, numbered & limited to a run of 200 (only 150 online)
printed with love and guts at Crackhead Press
Syd Bishop of Never Nervous interviewed me about art/music.
I told him I believe in neither!
Check it out!
Now I’m finding truth is a ruin
Nauseous end that nobody is pursuing
Staring into glassy eyes
There’s a vintage thirst returning
But I’m sheltered by my channel-surfing
Every famine virtual
18x18 2 colors
Limited to a small run of 100
As always: Signed, numbered and printed with love and madness at Crackhead Press in Louisville, KY
Burning Down Tiny Town
Signed/Numbered screen print limited to a run of 90.
Only $25 at Angryblue.com
Printed with love and lunacy at Crackhead Press in Louisville, KY
Fauna is all of the animal life of any particular region or time. The corresponding term for plants is flora.
I needed to do something new and hadn’t done one of my crazy illustrations in a while, so one evening, I took a bunch of reference photos of some things I had around. I hadn’t yet had the opportunity to draw this bear skull I acquired over the summer.
The final print was 18x28” 2 colors and limited to a run of 100 signed/numbered prints.
Available at Angryblue.bigcartel.com
This new letterpress inspired by the lovely Sphynx breed of cat sits at 8x14 and is limited to a small run of 100 - Signed/Numbered
Also: waiting on these to get back from the printer. A few come with the orders of the Grumbles Kitty shirt as well as Angryblue orders until i run out.
According to legend, Krampus accompanies Saint Nicholas during the Christmas season, warning and punishing bad children, in contrast to St. Nicholas, who gives gifts to good children. When the Krampus finds a particularly naughty child, it stuffs the child in its sack and carries the frightened child away to its lair, presumably to devour for its Christmas dinner.
Each print is printed, hand numbered and signed by me.
celebrate before he snatches you up!