Alright folks, well in case you missed it, yesterday we brought you the first half of our exclusive one-on-one sit down with Electric Zombie owner and founder Kyle Crawford regarding the new line of horror inspired clothing he has dropping this Sunday for his Fall line. Well today we are back, and inside you can find the conclusion of the interview with Kyle as well as some more pics from the range dropping 10/10/10. Read on for the skinny!
And just like that we are back for yet as another thrilling installment of everyone’s impromptu column Killer-Graphics here at Graphic Content. This time around we have Electric Zombie mastermind and clothing guru Kyle Crawford in the hot seat as he talks about the new Fall line he will be releasing this Sunday. (That’s 10/10/10 for those of you not keeping track) Inside you can get the first half of our interview where we talk about the new line in depth, and about the crazy year that has been the life of Kyle Crawford. Read on for the skinny!
Welcome to another fun filled installment of everyone’s favorite (almost) weekly horror column, Killer-Graphics! Hopefully everyone had a good weekend, and if you are reading this I can only assume that you didn’t die in some horrible freak Beer-Pong accident. Last week we brought you the first half of our 2 part interview with renowned horror illustrator Jeff Zornow. In that interview we discussed Jeff’s career up until this point, and we even touched on some of his upcoming projects. That was kind of mean for us to tease you like that, so in order to rectify that we give you the second half of our interview that delivers all the information we could possible give you without being sued. (Hey, we even threw in a fancy exclusive illustration) So what are you waiting for?! Make the dang jump! Don’t make me tell you twice!
Welcome back from the long weekend everyone! I do hope that all of you spent it eating plenty of BBQ’d animal parts (Or human, for those of you who are of the cannibalistic taste), drinking plenty of adult beverages, and blowing up all sorts of random things. (The neighbor’s cat does count) Whatever the case, it is now Monday, and so that means it is about time we all get back to the old grind. However, before we jump into all of that we have a very, very special treat for you. After a little bit of a hiatus for Killer-Graphics we are ready to go ahead and kick-off another exciting batch of interviews with some of horror’s most amazing talents in the field of illustration. For those of you who know me you know I like to be cliche and start/end things on a high note, so it shouldn’t come as any surprise that to kick this off we have a very special interview with none other than horror maestro Jeffrey Zornow! Inside you can get a look at the first half of our special 2 part long interview in which we discuss the artist’s career both past, present, and future in all the detail you would expect from two horror-holics who enjoy rambling on all day. Read on for the skinny.
What really gets me sometimes about the Killer-Graphics column is just how many people I come into contact with whose work I already own. A very good example of this is horror and macabre artist Brandon Heart, who only after my interviewing him did I realize that I’ve worn 3 of his designs in my time. So for those of you who would like to get inside the head of another of the industries’ top artists read on beyond the break for another action* packed installment of Killer-Graphics!
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It’s Tuesday, huh? Well I guess it’s time for us to post another Killer-Graphics column then. So a few weeks back we kicked off our Dead By Summer Sweepstakes with the ever awesome crew over at Electric Zombie.com. And while you can still enter for your chance to win some absolutely awesome swag from the gang, we have just a little bit more love from Electric Zombie to our readers as we sit down one-on-one with owner and t-shirt designer, Kyle Crawford. Read on for the full interview.
Earlier today we brought readers another fantastic contest in our ongoingDead By Summer Sweepstakes that features the biggest and best horror clothing companies around spreading the love for the hordes of Graphic Content readers. This week it was Zombie-Liquorice.com that is in the spotlight, and not only was site owner Jason Bauman gracious enough to give away some free swag, but he is also the next subject of our all new Killer-Graphics column! Inside you can read the full interview as Jason gives you a behind the scenes look at what goes into creating the gruesome pieces of art for his shirts and getting kicked out of school as a result. Read on for the skinny.
I know we do a lot of coverage on books, comics, literature, and all the other great things going on in horror on the written page, but what about the artwork? Sure, we talk about it here and there, and I will gladly give credit where credit is due when it comes to the amazing artists who lend the talents to the stories that we all know and love…but somehow it doesn’t feel like enough. I mean, we are “GRAPHIC” Content after all aren’t we? That is why I am proud to announce the brand new weekly column, “KILLER-GRAPHICS” where we will be featuring a different heavy hitter in the world of horror art each week whether that be in the medium of comics, canvas, t-shirts, WHATEVER! How do concepts become finished products, how do artists and writers work together to bring fans one vision, and more over, how do they come up with these insane ideas in the first place? The answers to all these questions (and some typical “GRAPHIC CONTENT” banter) and more will be brought to you each week in “KILLER-GRAPHICS”!
So to kick off this awesome new weekly we started at the top of the game in horror clothing with “FRIGHT-RAGS” mastermind and designer Ben Scrivens! Ben was gracious enough to take the time out of running his wildly popular online clothing company to talk to Bloody-Disgusting about the roots of “FRIGHT-RAGS”, what goes into making the shirts that we all know and love, and just what it takes to get that design onto the cotton. Read on for the full interview.