Adopt The Undead: 1950’s Betty

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My Limited Edition Corpsified Dolls are starting to be even more limited. The ones I have in stock have been selling out with spooky season on the horizon. Needless to say this motivated me to make another one to give a lucky boil or ghoul the opportunity to adopt one of these unique and creepy fun creations.

I call this blue eye(d) beauty, Betty and she is my 6th doll in my Undead Doll series. Like my other dolls she is handcrafted to be one of a kind and no two are ever alike or remade. A unique piece of art only you will own!

Betty is a 1950’s inspired Corpse Doll complete with a sparkly sweater/cardigan top, poodle skirt, knee high socks, saddle shoes and a cute blonde high ponytail topped with a pink bow! She’s ready for the sock hop, the drive in or a date to the diner for a bloody good time.. just don’t mind the dirt, decay, blood and drool!

Please note this is NOT a toy. This is an indoor decoration/collectible for adults to display and is not intended to be played with by children etc. The clothes are a part of the artistic vision and are not removable.

Betty is an 18″ doll but with her bouncy high ponytail she is approximately 20″ and comes with 1 metal doll stand.

Betty is currently available to purchase in my Etsy shop online right now and will soon be available to purchase in person at Closet Collectibles in Crete, IL. I have some other creations up my sleeve before I make my next art drop off there so keep your eyes and ears open to my posts for updates.

Stay Spooky & Magical!
LDG Nicole

Spitting Image: “Walk On The Wild Side”

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Now that I am 40 I realize what it means to hear older people say “the good ole days”. As someone that was a child in the 80’s and a pre-teen/teenager in the 90’s where so much creative energy flourished I am grateful to have grown up when I did and experienced so many things that were wildly different and so inspiring. Unlike the kids these days that are stuck being bombarded with remakes, reboots and everything being so PC.

So I decided to check another portrait off my art bucket list inspired by one of my favorite movies from my childhood… Little Monsters.

I was 8 when the movie came out and I have watched it so many times in my lifetime I have lost count. Ironically as sensitive as I am, I was never scared of this movie like most kids my age were. I was always that weird kid who got lost in the story and wanted all these creepy magical adventures to happen to me in real life. Even as adult, I still have hope that there is a world of monsters partying under my bed. So far there’s “SNOT” but a girl can still dream.

So here it is.. my latest split face portrait inspired by none other than actor, comedian, tv show host Howie Mandel as himself and his high energy, baseball collecting, apple juice pissing, homework eating monster Maurice. I call it “Walk On The Wild Side”….

This piece was hand drawn in pencil and chalk pastels. I decided to draw Howie from the 80’s so that it matched the personality and time period of the movie character in 1989.

Maybe one day Howie will make an appearance at a Midwest con and I will be able to gift it to him during one of my real life adventures. Maybe Maurice will finally appear under my bed and I can gift it to him instead. In the mean time the rest of you Howie and Maurice fans you can pick up prints and made to order DTG printed t-shirts of this piece in my Etsy Shop. Prints will also soon be available at Closet Collectibles when I make my next art drop off.

Make sure to check out more of my portrait work on the Spitting Image page of my portfolio site and remember wishes are for “bush league leprechauns” and not monsters! So if you are looking to have a good time and get in a bit of trouble be sure to checking under your beds! I still am!

Stay Spooky & Magical,
LDG Nicole

Freaky Fanatics: Jude and Linda Rock Tilly and Gucci

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You know it’s going to be a great week when you get a Freaky Fanatic photo submission! This one comes from Jude, a long time friend of Jennifer Tilly who found my “Eat Your Heart Out” art piece online and ordered shirts for her and her sister Linda (I threw one in the order for Jennifer as well, which Jude is mailing off to her!!)!

Here is the photo she sent me of them rocking the shirts with the fabulous Gucci sunglasses that Jennifer recently bought her for her birthday! I am absolutely loving how killer they look!

See Jude, Linda and more of my happy art clients rocking and displaying my creations in the Freaky Fanatic slideshow on my portfolio website! Want a shirt or print of this art piece for your very own? Check them out in my Etsy Shop!

Stay Spooky & Magical!
LDG Nicole

Freaky Fanatic : Julian Rocks #SELFIE at Crypticon

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Check out this kick ass photo I got from another happy customer!

This is Julian a Freaky Fanatic rocking my #SELFIE Ghoulish Garment Portrait T-Shirt at Crypticon!

Along side him is the star of Terrifier, David Howard Thornton AKA Art The Clown whom I drew the original art piece for and gifted to in 2018 at Days of The Dead.

Want to rock your own #SELFIE Ghoulish Garment? Get yours in my Etsy or Amazon shops!

Don’t forget to send me your photos so you too can become a Freaky Fanatic and be featured here and on the slideshow of my official portfolio website!

Stay Spooky & Magical!
LDG Nicole