Friday, December 16, 2016

No Limits

I designed this poster for the festival screenings of this very interesting documentary about Thalidomide and some of its survivors. I've been told it's going to be airing on the CBC documentary channel and CBCNN in Canada. If you've got those channels I highly recommend checking it out.

Monday, April 11, 2016

Birnblatt DVD release: Million Dollar Crocodile

I recently designed some stickers to be included with the Birnenblatt release of Million Dollar Crocodile. The pre-order is up on their website, looks like the Blu-Ray comes out at the end of May.

I've also done stickers for their releases of Wolfcop and The Voices. Those stickers were done in my Monstars style which you can see on my other blog Andrew Barr's Monsters!

clips from an unboxing video of Birnenblatt's Wolfcop, featuring stickers designed by me!

images from an unboxing video of Birnenblatt's The Voices disc, featuring stickers designed by me!

Thursday, February 25, 2016

The Tingler

I just felt like doing a little poster design for my favourite movie about a parasite starring Vincent Price.

Monday, September 21, 2015


Well, well, well, looky here! I've teamed up with the space wizards at SpaceLab9 to create some limited edition monster screen prints! They'll be available at New York Comic Con in October, so you should probably make plans to go there. I won't be there but the art will and that is more important.

Monday, March 23, 2015

Dead Project: Dayglo Necros Figure

Here's a look at a project that may have died on the operating table. Some time between the recording of the Calabrese albums Dayglo Necros and Born with a Scorpion's Touch, the band was thinking of creating an action figure based on the character Dayglo Necros who appears in a couple of their videos:
and Jimmy Calabrese and I went back and forth on the design of the figure. Unfortunatelyjust as things were lining up, The Brothers Calabrese started moving into a heavier more serious sound for their most recent album (Lust for Sacrilege) and a couple of the more playful projects we were working on hit a bit of a roadblock. Sadly Dayglo seems to have been put into limbo for the time being.
Since Jim and I are still thinking of maybe collaborating on some art toys in the future we thought we'd let you see what may have been (could still be).  He'd have been about six inches tall, probably molded in glow in the dark resin or something. like a giant M.U.S.C.L.E thing. And I'd like to hear if you would have been interested in buying one of these Dayglo figures, whether you're a fan of the band or not.
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