I received a wonderful email today from Nikki, a happy client who purchased one of my “Naturally Born Bad” Juliette Lewis as Mallory Knox art prints. Check out how incredible the print looks framed and on display in Nikki’s Femme themed bathroom!! Talk about fierce!! I am honored to have my work incorporated into such an incredible home display!
This print is available in my Amazon Shop for those who are also fans of the fierce femme Juliette Lewis. You can also see more of my portraits in the Spitting Image section of my portfolio website.
While you are there don’t forget to also check out Nikki’s photo amongst other happy customers photo submissions in my Freaky Fanatics slideshow!
Have a photo you want to submit of how you rock my art? Drop me a line!
Stay Spooky and Magical!
As a female horror inspired artist, it should come as no surprise that I would be running yet another annual sale in celebration of Women In Horror Month. So here is the 411.
I am offering 10% off any art print, t-shirt or necklace in my shop that was inspired by a female horror movie actress. This sale is not just for 1 weekend either. It’s not even for just 1 week. It is for the ENTIRE month of February. You read that right. This sale will start on February 1st and will run through February 29th. Giving you all month long to stock up on your favorite scream queen inspired art pieces from my collection.
To qualify for the discount you must clip the virtual Amazon coupon on the item in my shop and then the discount will automatically be applied to your purchase. Happy Women In Horror Month everyone!
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…..
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”…..
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.
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!
Thank you to my horror idols, Elvira Mistress of the Dark and the Soska Sisters who reposted about my work on their social media pages this month! This is exactly what makes you ghouls so wonderful. You give back to the fans who admire you so much!