Tracie Ching

Tracie Ching
Tracie Ching Tracie Ching

Tracie has produced licensed posters for properties such as Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, AMC’s The Walking Dead, Doctor Who, and Community, but she has become more commonly known for her limited edition silk screen prints of alternative movie posters.

www.tracieching.com
In: Art, Design

Daniel Horne (33 Images)

Daniel Horne
Daniel Horne Daniel Horne

Daniel has been making art professionally for the past thirty one years.

From paperback covers and children's books to gallery paintings and one of a kind art dolls, Daniel's art is in many private collections from Hong Kong to New York City. Daniel's art has been featured in many of the genre's leading magazines including his painting "Arcadia" on the cover of Spectrum the Best of Fantastic Art, covers for Monsters from the Vault and Screem Magazine and a fine interview in Make Up Artist Magazine.

Daniel's classic monster paintings are in the collection of David and Jan Hadft, Guillermo Del Toro, Rick Baker and Greg Nicotero.

No matter the medium, Daniel gives each and every one of his creations life and a history.

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In: Art, Galleries, Masters

Lovely Lurker – October 2014

Lovely Lurker - October 2014

'Twas a long time ago, longer now than it seems in a place perhaps you've seen in your dreams. For the story you're about to be told began with the Church of Halloween. Now you've probably wondered where Lovely Lurkers come from. If you haven't I'd say it was Sam Hains.

We have a little bundle of ghoulish delights for you this month including a Church of Halloween t-shirt, a few ominous buttons and a couple of dreadful cards.

Without further adieu, this month's winner is Sam Hains!

Please send us a private message through any of our social feeds (Facebook, Google+, Twitter) or email starkweather (at) churchofhalloween.com with a mailing address and t-shirt size so we can ship these goodies right out to you.

ALL INFORMATION WILL BE KEPT COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL.

www.churchofhalloween.com
In: Unearthed

Eclectic Halloween Artists Guild

Eclectic Halloween Artists Guild
Eclectic Halloween Artists Guild Eclectic Halloween Artists Guild

The premiere online Halloween Art group's selling site! The Eclectic Halloween Artists Guild was founded in April 2006, and we are a gathering of professional Halloween artists and collectors whose work celebrates the magic of All Hallows Eve, all year. We started as an eBay-based collective, selling under the EHAG acronym. As we grew, we began reaching out to additional outlets, and now you can find our collectible Halloween art, here on our EHAG Emporium, Etsy and of course on eBay. We focus our creative attention toward the whimsical and happy-spirited side of Halloween.

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In: Art, Communities, Folk Art

Alchemist Dreams

Alchemist Dreams
Alchemist Dreams Alchemist Dreams

We're bringing liqueurs back... Alchemist Dreams creates custom liqueurs, handmade from pure organic grain spirit, slowly infused with the finest fruits, herbs and spices.

We didn't exactly set out to make liqueurs. We just set out to make the purest flavours that we could, starting from a pure, flavourless spirit and giving a drink which you would happily sip on its own.

We extracted the flavours in pure, organic grain spirit and added homemade sugar syrup to soften the edges of sharp fruits and peppery spices. We added pure spring water to bring the strength down to something sippable. Then we looked for a name for the drink we'd made. The word we settled on was 'liqueur', a term for any spirit with a strong flavour and added sugar.

It's a broad church, covering everything from creme de cassis to Kahlua, Advocaat to Benedictine, Amaretto to (yes, really) sambuca. The only thing liqueurs really seem to have in common is that they are nothing alike! So we happily call our lovely drinks liqueurs, not just because they fit the proper definition, but because we think 'liqueur' stands for 'unique'.

www.alchemistdreams.co.uk
In: Treats

Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village

Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village
Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village

No creepy creatures and ghoulish monsters sent shivers up your spine like the classic monsters created at Universal Studios! Now, bring the hair-raising delights of your favorite freaks home with the first-ever officially authorized Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village Set, exclusively from The Bradford Exchange, Hawthorne Village Division. With glowing lights, eerie motion, and spooky sounds - it's the perfect Halloween decoration to celebrate the memorable monsters that have been scaring young and old for over 70 years!

The Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village Set is handcrafted, fully-sculpted and hand-painted to faithfully recreate Dr. Frankenstein's castle and Count Dracula's castle. Plus, your set includes a Frankenstein figurine, Bella Lugosi as Dracula Figurine and the "It's Alive" Universal Monsters Accessory Set for additional bone-chilling thrills. Strong demand is expected, so don't wait.

$175 @ The Bradford Exchange
In: Collectibles, Decorations, Monsters, Unearthed
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