Martha Stewart’s Halloween 2013 special issue sneak peek!

We have no shame in admitting that we love Martha Stewart’s Halloween goodies, so we’re always disappointed if she skips […] Read more

Horror Is His Formula: “The Baby,” Live On Stage At The Lex

Germaine (Natasha Charles Parker) feeds her brother Baby (Torrey Halverson), who wears a diaper and sleeps in a crib; looking on are […] Read more

Echoplex to host FREE haunt on Saturday!

The Echoplex is hosting a massive art event this weekend that will feature a “backyard maze” by artist Albert Reyes. […] Read more

Spirits of the Season: La Catrina

One of the first ghosts to arrive for el Dia de los Muertos each year is the familiar image of […] Read more

Can't Break These Bones: Knitted Skeletons by Echo Park Artist

A look at the eerie knitted works of art from Echo Park resident, Ben Cuevas, whose most recent creation will be on display through to September 29th at Knitculture. Read more

The Art of John De Jesus

Death isn’t separate from life in the works of sculptor John De Jesus— it’s simply the flip side of the […] Read more

Mondo Cinema coming to the New Beverly

Austin based company Mondo Cinema will be be programming the film line up at New Beverly Cinema from October 7 – 9, and creating custom posters for each of the six films. Read more

Karlin Collette Fine Art

Art collectors on a budget, especially those with taste for the sweet and macabre, would be remiss in overlooking the […] Read more

LA's Zombie & Monster History Shown In Art Prints

Matthew Buchholz takes vintage photos, panoramic maps, and other printed ephemera, and adds in monsters, zombies, and a little altered […] Read more

CreepyLA exclusive: Destroy All Design's "Frankenstroy"

The good creeps at The Site Unscene have offered exclusive dibs on a very limited, special edition run of Destroy […] Read more