Hello again, El Moochadores! Yeah, post have been kind of sparse lately, but that’s only because life’s been kicking me around as if I were a giant hacky sack. However, there seems to be a calm in the storm, so I wanted to post about some future prints we have on the way. Recently Chudd has been doing a lot of sketch work, and I’m really proud of the results. It took some doing (and a small fist fight) but I finally convinced Chudd to make some prints of the work he’s done. We’re still in the process of getting high quality scans of the work, producing new pieces, and formatting them, but I thought I would give you a preview of some of the sketches that will soon be available on Murraybroscreative.com as prints and mini-prints. If Chudd keeps up with the “evil-eye” thing, we may even produce a small art book!
Anyways, check out the art below and keep checking back for updates as prints are made available!
Via Geek-Art.net: Right now, lucky New York residents can take a stroll on down to Brooklyn (Can you “stroll” in Brooklyn? I have no idea. Furthest East I’ve ever been is Wyoming…) and check out Bottleneck Gallery’s current show; It Came from 1984! I saw some wonderful examples from the shows artist on Geek-Art.net and since it’s been awhile since we last posted about nostalgic/ geeky art I thought “now would be the time.” Still, I have to ask, “Where’s the Repo Man art? What? Too cult? Anyways, check out great works from artist like: PJ McQuade, Peter W, Paul Shipper, Paul Ainsworth, Patrick Seymour, Orlando Arocena, Oliver Akuin, Nate Bear, Mr. Kone, Michael Gaiss, Kim Ku, Jesse Philips, JC Arenas, James Boorman, Guillaume Morellac, Glen Brogan, Francisco Javier Jimenez, Florey, David Slebodnick, David Mottram, David Eichenberger, Daniel Blázquez, Craig Drake, CHOGRIN, Carlos Lerma, Carlos Angeli, Andrew Trabbold, Andrew Kolb, Alexander Iaccarino, Aisleen Roman!
I’ve posted a small sample here, but be sure to visit the Geek-art.net site (link above) or the Bottleneck Galler main page (also, link above) for more information and art!
Almost didn’t get to do this today, but it’s not my fault. It’s Sean’s (Trogs). Didn’t hand anything over to me until just a few moments ago, and if he hadn’t, well I wouldn’t be doing this. Hell, I ain’t doing it alone. Anyhow, anyone else who wants to post their weekly geek-art along with us is more than welcome to (skill level does not matter). Just send a jpeg to Trog (email@example.com) and we’ll post it up here. Anyhow, let us know what you think.
Hey Geeks. There’s a lot of stuff going on out in our world today, and this is just a sample of it. Sorry to you Eureaka fans (I found out about this via GeekDad). You’ve probably heard already that it’s getting cancelled. Unfortunately I never watched the show. I kind of gave up on the Sci Fi channel after Farscape’s cancellation, with a brief return for Battlestar Galactica (usually I just watched that off of iTunes though), and then total abandonment after their re-branding as SyFy (which I still read as Siffy), and their push for a more broader audience (or fuck you geeks, a niche channel is bad for business, and we’re not going to pander to your wants anymore). Not to mention the wrestling, Ghost hunting shows, and Sharktopus do nothing to entice me to return. Anyhow, my condolences to you Eureaka fans.
Hey geeks! Here’s something I came across on my reader last night (via GeekTyrant.com). It’s a short fan film by Trent Duncan, called Freddy vs Jason vs Ash… which is pretty much Freddy vs Jason vs Ash… wasn’t there a comic book about that a while ago?
Yeah, it’s kind of cheesy, but what do you expect from a fan film? Being a horror movie geek I can appreciate it for what it is, and what they were trying to do. I’ve always been more in favor of old school horror anyhow, and hey, at least the girls in it are hot. Anyhow, check it out below, and let us know what you think.
Halloween is definitely my favorite holiday. Stores are stocked with candy, girls dress like strippers, and my favorite horror movies are readily available and easy to find (TV, iTunes, DVDs, etc…). So, since Halloween is approaching, tonight I decided to put together a list of my top ten favorite horror movies from the 80s. As a kid I was a total horror movie geek. It all started when I was ten and bought my first copy of Fangoria magazine from a local comic book shop. For awhile, I even wanted to be a special effects artist like Tom Savini or Stan Winston. I loved the creatures they, artists like them, created, and I wanted to some day make my own (some how I ended up in graphic design…). Although I’m not much of a horror movie buff anymore, I still like to pop one of these into the DVD player and get a little nostalgic for that time. Anyhow, here’s my list. Enjoy!
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