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n 1954, Universal Pictures introduced generations of monster kids to The Creature from the Black Lagoon, one of the studio's most beloved icons from its memorable menagerie of classic monsters.
The Gill-Man would spawn two sequels and make numerous appearances in movies like Rankin/Bass' Mad Monster Party, TV shows, like THE MUNSTER, comic books and more, sealing its fate in the world of monsterdom.
Now, 60 years later, Creature Features celebrates the iconic Devonian dweller with an unprecedented group art gallery exhibit showcasing artists in the fields of film, television, fine arts, comics, and more, all paying homage to this endearing beastie.
Artists include: Maz Adams, Mark Alfrey, Zac Amendolia, ARF!, Zach Bellissimo, BigToe, Tara Billinger, Julie Bossinger, Andy Carey, Brian Crabaugh, Jesse D'Angelo, Ricardo Delgado, Haig Demarjian, Erika Deoudes, Dan Diana, Frank Dietz, Adam Dougherty, Amanda Duchow, John Cody Fasano, Thomas Fernandez, Jason Flink, Christine Geasey, Tim Gore, David Grasso, Kenneth J. Hall, Robert Heckman, Christopher Hertrich, Mary J. Hoffman, Emma Julia Jacobs, Tom Killeen, Dave Krocker, Jimmy Lenoir, Ama Lea, Bob Lizarraga, Rebecca Lord, the Mad Masker, Dani Manning, Chris Mason, Patrick Mathews, Woody Miller, Ken Mitchroney, Jordan Monsell, Ian Paul Montelongo, Alexander Morales, Ken Morgan, Jonathan Morrill, Robert Negrete, Michelle Nyree, Doug P'Gosh, Tim Polecat, Alex Quintero, Sam Randazzo, Todd Rex, Brian Romero, Mireya Romo-Bowen, Eric Rose, John Rozum, Bill Rude, Stephen Sandoval, Chad Scheres, John Sloboda, Mike Sosnowski, William Stout, Drew Struzan, Tammi Sutton, Dan Szczepanski, JP Targete, Pete Von Sholly, Doug Waterfield, Woody Welch, Neil Winn and many more!
The exhibit will also feature a display of rare original production artwork from the 1954 film, classic toys and model kits, movie posters and other memorabilia spanning the Gill-Man's colorful history.www.facebook.com/events/306162226221782
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Ant Lucia has worked in the field of Illustration and design for the past 12 years. Best known for his digitally illustrated series entitled "Spookshow Pinups". A combination of classic monsters and their "cheesecake" pinup counterparts.Explore More ...
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Creature Effects specializes in the manufacturing and application of prosthetics, special makeup effects and creatures for film and television.
Based in Uxbridge, England, and utilizing some of the UK's finest effects talent, we aim to combine innovative design and practicality to turn your dreams into reality.
We're proud of the work we do and whether you're a producer, a fellow makeup artist, or just a fan, we hope you have as much fun browsing through our work as we have creating it.www.creature-effects.com
A blog for monster kids, monsterologists and even humans who love monster magazines!
I love monster magazines, monster movies, and all kinds of other stuff related to monsters, horror, science fiction and fantasy. This blog will focus primarily on monster movie magazines, although you may also see material from similar things that are either mentioned or advertised in monster movie magazines such as models, toys, and sometimes even cartoons and comics. The tomb's the limit, you might say.monstermagazineworld.blogspot.com
We are Academy Award Winning creators of characters and creatures using special makeup effects, and animatronics. We have designed and created memorable characters for Movies, Television, Commercials, and many other mediums.
Using over twenty years of extensive experience in the film industry, Creative Supervisors, Dave Elsey and Lou Elsey have worked on projects all over the world to breath life into, even the most incredible cinematic creations.www.igorstudios.com
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