“Like a modern Frankenstein, Gary reanimates nostalgia and unleashes it to bite your ass!” – Guillermo del Toro

To celebrate the one year anniversary of Ghoulish: The Art of Gary Pullin (and the quick sellout of the first print run), an all-new second edition is announcing today! It features a new exclusive cover (limited to 1,000 copies), as well as The Prowler Edition featuring an 8×10 3-D print of The Prowler with branded glasses!

Street date of both editions is May 7th.

The Prowler Edition (limited to 200 copies) can be pre-ordered exclusively at 1984Publishing.com. 100 will be available on-line, and another 100 allocated for upcoming appearances by Gary. http://tinyurl.com/TheProwlerEdition

The base edition is available over at Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/Amazon-Ghoulish

Gary’s book (written by April Snellings) was also recently nominated as horror book of the year! Voting is currently underway at http://tinyurl.com/RondoGhoulish.

For more than ten years artist Gary Pullin has been taking art galleries, movie theater walls, and social media by storm with his fresh, inventive takes on film, music, and television properties. Equal parts nightmare and nostalgia, his instantly recognizable style always strikes a chord with fans, and his coveted and acclaimed pieces sell out in lightning speed.

A go-to artist for official film artwork, concert merchandise, LP packaging, and endless other pieces of pop culture ephemera, Pullin has put pencil to paper for film posters such as Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, The Big Lebowski, Vertigo, and The Babadook, soundtracks including Creepshow, Scream, Christine, and Tales from the Crypt, and concert merch for the likes of Jack White, Alice Cooper, and Misfits.

Featuring hundreds of full-color illustrations, lavish cover galleries, and never-before-seen concept and process shots, Ghoulish: The Art of Gary Pullin is both a celebration of one artist’s remarkable career and an indispensable snapshot of the thriving world of genre art. Go behind the scenes with Gary, let your jaw drop at his brilliant, long out-of-print artwork, and get ghoulishly inspired by an unforgettable pop artist.