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PREVIEW: GHOULISH GARY’S ART FOR CREEPSHOW VINYL

on March 4, 2014 | 1 Comment

The uber-talented (and Rue Morgue alumni) Ghoulish Gary Pullin has racked up a multitude of posters, album and video covers since leaving the nest. The most recent addition to his collection of work? The cover art for Waxwork Records latest release, John Harrison’s soundtrack for the 80s’ cult classic, CREEPSHOW.

The folks at Waxwork have posted the first sneak peek at Gary’s newest masterpiece on their Facebook page and it’s *gasp* *choke* gorgeous!

 

 

The CREEPSHOW vinyl record is due for release soon, so keep your good eye on Waxwork Records for release dates, and don’t forget to check out their ever-expanding catalogue.

Tags: Creepshow, George A. Romero, horror soundtracks on vinyl, John Harrison, Stephen King, vinyl, Waxworks Records

One Response to PREVIEW: GHOULISH GARY’S ART FOR CREEPSHOW VINYL

  1. David Goulet says:

    Niiiice.

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