ROB ZOMBIE Contributes Artwork To 'Classic Monsters' Group Art Show
Year-round horror haven Halloween Town opens the "Tribute to Classic Monsters" group art show on December 1. The opening night event is from 7 to 11 p.m. and the exhibit runs until December 30. The show features original artwork based on the classic movie monsters with artists ranging from multiple Academy Award-winning special FX makeup artist Rick Baker to film director and horror rock legend Rob Zombie. (Please note: Rob Zombie will not be in attendance due to touring.) The artwork will span many styles, from traditional two-dimensional paintings from accomplished artists such as Travis Louie, Chet Zar and Daniel Horne to three dimensional and sculptural works from veteran Hollywood FX artists, and other Hollywood professionals from animation to storyboard artists.
Halloween Town offers the horror, art, and pop culture enthusiast everything from books and gifts to apparel and home decor, and everything in between. Its sister store Halloween Town Costumes offers all types of costumes, wigs, makeup and accessories year round just one block away at 3021 W. Magnolia Bl.
Halloween Town is located at: 2921 W. Magnolia Blvd. Burbank, CA 91505.
For more information, visit www.HalloweenTownStore.com.
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