Monster Art

Collection by Russell Hooten

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Vampira by Robert Rechter Retro Horror, Gothic Horror, Arte Horror, Vintage Horror, Gothic Art, Pin Up, Maila, Classic Monsters, Cecile

'VAMPIRA' MAILA NURMI original art by Robert Rechter (copyright) Hand-painted in gouache, pencil & Conté chalk on board. 1990's (minkshmink collection) A friend and I looked up her tiny bungalow in West Hollywood, but were too scared to knock after we read what she'd scrawled on the door to scare persistent fans. One of a kind.

Fight to the Finish by Mike Ploog. From the trading card Mike Ploog artwork series, by FPG, Creatures Of The Night, Weird Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Werewolf Vs Vampire, Werewolf Art, Arte Horror, Horror Art, Fantasy Kunst, Fantasy Art

‘Fight to the Finish’ From the trading card Mike Ploog artwork series, by FPG, 1994.

Topps Monster Tattoo Bubble Gum Cards Illustrated by Jack Davis 1975 * Courtesy of Heritage Auctions Monster Tattoo, Jack Davis, Monster Face, Horror Comics, Ink Illustrations, Book Images, Halloween Art, Comic Artist, Comic Books Art

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You’ll Die Laughing: MAD artist Jack Davis’ wonderfully funny horror trading cards Ec Comics, Horror Comics, Scary Monsters, Famous Monsters, Halloween Art, Halloween Humor, Halloween Pictures, Happy Halloween, Cartoon Books

You’ll Die Laughing: MAD artist Jack Davis’ wonderfully funny horror trading cards

In 1959, Topps trading cards released a set of monster trading cards, illustrated by the great EC horror comics/MAD magazine artist Jack Davis, called “You’ll Die Laughing.” From the informative page about the set on the PSA Card website: Showcasing creatures from the imagination of Jack Davis, of EC Comics and MAD magazine fame, these pasteboards sparked controversy upon initial release. Worried that the card images would traumatize their children, a group of mothers in Racine, Wis…