Hello everyone! I'm posting something extra special for Canada Day tomorrow, but there was way too much cool stuff this week for me to preempt my Sunday news post, so, here it is, one day early!
I'm sure you saw - and drooled over as I did - the Olly Moss Evil Dead poster that was released a few years ago. Well, graphic artist Daniel M. Kanemoto used the poster as inspiration for his own mind-blowing homage to the Evil Dead Trilogy.
On the subject of Evil Dead love, check out this picture of the Gastronomicon.
|Mmmm, tastes like evil.|
I found this over at the Blog of the Fed and it was created by a painter named Elizabeth. To make your very own thin crusted tome of Candarian goodness, you can find the recipe here.
It's been a good week for art. Check out this print entitled "The Horror Die Cut Collection" from Max Dalton.
A limited, hand-numbered 18 x 24" edition of 250 is now being sold here, for fifty dollars a pop. Oh so very tempting.
Okay, that's it for now. There is a patch of patio and a Moosehead (or six) with my name on it, so I will take my leave of you for now. Be sure to check back tomorrow for my Canada Day post.