R.I.P Danny T

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It brings us great sadness to inform our Axe Heads that we have lost a member of the Axe Man’s Bridge family. Danny Thornton aka Danny T passed away this week. He was a kind-hearted person who always had everyone’s best interest in mind. When decisions needed to be made or conflicts arouse he was always the mediator and the glue that kept things going. 2013-07 AMB Photo Shoot JC 5

He opened up his home to us for practice, recording and even as a meetup spot for interviews and to just hang out. We shared countless evenings in his garage making band merch and discussing plans. When we were not working on band stuff we spent countless days together making memories. Memories that will never be forgotten.

He was a true talent. Both musically and artistically. He taught so many local musicians the skills they use to this day. And even though the band split…

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Hardcore Hearse Club 2018 Show

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I just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who helped make my booth a success this weekend. This includes my husband Frank and our friends Mike and Ellie who without them I would’ve never been able to vend. See this past week, not only did I have an allergic reaction to something (that caused me to break out in hives), but I also fell and sprained my ankle something fierce. The hives cleared up just in time for the show but the ankle will not be healed for quite some time. I don’t know what I would’ve done without them.

And I also want to thank my friends/family who came out to support me. Our friends Mike and Heather traveled up here to see the show and to support my work as well as all the hard work Frank puts into Frankenhearse (you have no idea how much work it is to wipe down a hearse in the heat for a car show). Heather’s Mom came with them and was not only dressed for the occasion but was ecstatic to meet Svengoolie. It really meant a lot to us that they came out. We were even more thrilled to hear that they had such a good time they want to come back next year.

And last but not least the AWESOME people who visited my booth. If you purchased something I am truly grateful. Not only because I missed a lot of work last week (from being covered in itchy bumps and mangled limbs), but because you liked something that I created and spent your hard earned money to support an artist. It speaks volumes.  Please send photos! I would love to add you all to my website showing off what you purchased from my booth! And for those who were not able to afford something but came by to say hi and tell me you love my work, you guys rock too! Just knowing you guys dig what I am masterminding means the world to me.

Stay Spooky!
LDG Nicole

Hearse Show Savings!

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As a thank you to all of my followers, here is a coupon you can cash in at my booth this weekend at the Hardcore Hearse Club Show (at Brauerhouse in Lombard IL) that will give you $5 off your purchase of $50 or more. You must present the coupon at the show to “reaper” in the savings! You will find me inside the B Live Building.

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LDG Nicole

Spitting Image: Friends Til The End

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For those of you who love my “Barbie.. Eat Your Heart Out” portrait (of Jennifer Tilly/Tiffany) from Bride Of Chucky,  wait until you see what I just got done checking off my art bucket list! Here’s a clue…..

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That’s right. It’s Tiffany’s “other half” aka as Charles Lee Ray/The Lakeshore Strangler/Chucky played by Brad Dourif. I call this one “Friends Til The End”…..

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I have been wanting to draw this one for a long time. Child’s Play had a big impact on me as a young horror fan. I remember it truly scaring me when I saw it for the first time (and to watch it now I can’t help but laugh thinking about it). But when Child’s Play came out I was also 7 or 8 years old. I just remember sinking into my seat trying not to look scared and watching it with one eye open and the other one partially closed. I had seen other horror films but none of the killers in those movies looked like a My Buddy doll ha ha. That was a whole new ball game for someone with a bedroom full of dolls and a puppet obsession.

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When I drew this piece I kept both eyes open. I also kept all you Freaky Fanatics in mind. So for those of you that already own a print of my Tiffany portrait this piece was designed to complement that piece and you can now hang them together.

Purchase prints and ghoulish garments of this new piece in my Etsy and Amazon shops!

Stay Spooky!
LDG Nicole

Hardcore Hearse Club’s 5th Annual Show!

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The Hardcore Hearse Club’s 5th Annual Hearse show is just around the corner! Not only will we have Frankenhearse on display, but I will be vending my artwork again as well!

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Each year I mark down my prices for in-person purchases at this event! So if you ever wanted to purchase from me this is the best time to stock up and save! Creep up your home or wardrobe or get ready for Halloween! All while having a ghoulishly good time doing it!

Order forms will be available for one of a kind custom orders. This is a great time to talk to me in person about making you a one of a kind creation. This includes Adopt The Undead Zombie props, Custom Dead Girl Decay Accessories and Ghoulish Garments! I will also have some unique creations not currently for sale online! They will be available at this event only. They will only be up for sale online if they do not sell at this event. So come get first dibs!

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LDG Nicole

CBD: Mother’s Day Sale!

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Treat yourself to beauty and pain relief this weekend! You deserve it!

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LDG Nicole

Back Bone: Another Successful Donation

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Last month I posted about my art donation for the Stop The Stigma (Texas) Texas Frightmare Weekend booth. Well, today I received a message from their coordinator, Heather along with these great photos. It made my day!

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Thank you to all you horror fanatic Texans! I hope whoever received my Penny Furter portrait print loves it as much as I loved donating it. Such a great cause. So many patients will mental illnesses will be able to get help thanks to you guys! At the same time, I am not surprised though. As ironic as it may seem, horror fans are some of the nicest and most loveable people you will ever meet. Keep stopping the stigma! #horrorgeeksunite

Stay Spooky!
LDG Nicole