The Artwork

The horror community is brimming with creativity, and when it comes to visuals there are literally tons and tons of great artists out there - each one displaying some amazing talent.

The following people were kind enough to help me put visuals to Videogram's music. Make sure to check them out, show them your support by giving their Facebook page a "like", and contact them for your next project!

MILAN PAD (India) Abstract painter Milan Pad is an animator and freelance artist based in India. Having a diploma in both film making and animation, he works as an animation supervisor at a local studio. He accepts both animation projects as well as digital concept art projects for games and novels on a freelance basis.

His vivid visual style graced the cover of my Pre-Cert LP/CD on Cineploit, for which he created a tribute to Lucio Fulci's 1981 video nasty classic House by the Cemetery,


VAN DAVIS (USA) U.S.-based artist Van Edward Davis is a long-time genre fan that focus on storyboarding, character design and graphic storytelling. He is the creator of the sci-fi web comic Tales From the Faultlands.

His visually stunning artwork - a tribute to John Carpenter's sci-fi horror classic The Thing - graced the cover of my digital-only self-released single Outpost 31 Isn't Responding.

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ANDY GRAIL (Germany) German artist Andreas Bonnemann - aka Andy Grail - is an author and illustrator, who also is the creator of the Checkmate graphic novels. His work has appeared in Surcomixxxx and ILLUbuch: Illustratorenszene Südwest.

His awesome tribute to the iconic Jason Voorhees from the Friday the 13th franchise graces the a-side of my Camp Blood 10" pic disc EP released by Cineploit.


RYAN BRASIER (USA) Independent artist Ryan Brasier runs Cursed Camp Studios, a studio focusing on replicas of the hockey masks worn by Jason Voorhees in the Friday the 13th film franchise.

Hand made from scratch, a photo of his spot-on work graces the b-side of my Camp Blood 10" pic disc EP released by Cineploit.


JAIME VAYDA (USA) Tennessee native Jamie Vayda is the co-creator of Loud Comix, a classic underground comic with a heavy punk rock influence. With a style reminiscent of Peter Bagge, Jamie's an illustrator that not only does comics but record sleeves, t-shirt designs, posters etc. as well.

Jamie's work - a b&w tribute to 1980s video nasties like The Toolbox Murders, MS .45 and Fulci's Zombie Flesh-Eaters - graced the front and back cover of my Videogram VHS released by Lunchmeat VHS Fanzine.

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MIKE DASKALOV (Bulgaria) Located in Bulgaria, Mike Daskalov focuses on graphic design, illustration and 3D sculpting. A long-time fan of not only horror, but also the fantasy genre, he's done 3D renderings for horror film.

Mike created some much-appreciated artwork for my self-released S/T digital album, including the original logo and additional material for web use as well.