The Void by Phantom City CreativeGraham Humphreys & Ghoulish Gary Pullin

18" X 24" S/N prints editions of 100. Only available as part of the indiegogo fundraiser for the new movie from the makers of Manborg and Father’s Day,  Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie. Full info, concept trailer and funding options HERE.

Many thanks to the extraordinary amount of generous folks who write and say nice things about me and my work. It’s always so appreciated and I cant tell you how much it means to me. Well, you Lovecraft fans are in for a treat. I’ll be releasing the teaser for my Lovecraft film adaptation of “The Shadow over Innsmouth” this Friday the 13th!!! I hope you dig it because I sure had fun making it and hope to be shooting this long awaited film next year. There have been a few false starts, but as the old Latin saying goes… “Per aspera ad astra.”

What We Do in the Shadows by Graham Humphreys

36″ X 24″ 7 color screen print, edition of 300. 

Available first to attendees of the gallery launch screening at the Prince Charles Cinema in London. Tickets on sale 5pm GMT Monday, March 16th, 2015, HERE

All remaining prints will be released online around 6pm GMT Monday, April 13th, via the Silver Bow Gallery.

Having sculpted the H.P. Lovecraft bust in Providence and the Edgar Allan Poe bust in Boston, artist Bryan Moore is taking on another literary horror icon: Bram Stoker.

Moore has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the creation and installation of a bronze bust in the Dracula author’s hometown of Dublin, Ireland. It’s scheduled to be unveiled on World Dracula Day, May 26.

Stoker’s great grandnephew, Dacre Stoker, has secured the endorsement of the Bram Stoker Estate for the project. Other supporters include Stoker scholar David J. Skal, 30 Days of Night writer Steve Niles, Caraline author Neil Gaiman, and artist Graham Humphreys (who designed the poster above), among others.

They’re looking to raise $30,000 to complete the project. They’ve made over $6,750 so far, but they only have 11 days left to get the rest. A variety of perks are available, including posters, shirts, signed books, jewelry and more.