Phantom City Creative gets ‘Wise’ with Gravediggers, Ghosts, and Government Conspiracies

Last month, I had the extreme pleasure of interviewing the co-founders of Phantom City Creative, Justin Erickson and Paige Reynolds, for the fine folks at Bloodsprayer. Some of you may recognize Erickson’s work from the pages of Rue Morgue magazine where he’s their resident Graphic Designer and Paige is an experienced visual fx specialist whose work has been featured in the pages of both Royal Flush and Dark Beauty magazines.

As Phantom City Creative, Erickson and Paige have already made quite a name for themselves in 2010 with a series of art prints dedicated to the Toronto After Dark Film Festival. Yesterday, they’ve released a preview for some new artwork based on the films of director Robert Wise. Here’s an excerpt from the press release:

“The series features artwork inspired by three of our favorite films from famed American Oscar-winning director Robert Wise,” says Erickson. “Although known mostly for his musicals such as West Side Story, Wise also had an impressive collection of horror and science-fiction titles to his credit. We chose to highlight 1945’s The Body Snatcher featuring horror royalty Boris Karloff, 1963’s haunted house masterpiece The Haunting and 1971’s alien virus sci-fi thriller The Andromeda Strain.”

At only $30 apiece ($75 for all three), each art print is a limited edition of 113 and comes hand signed and numbered on 11×17 sundance felt text 80lbs paper. As an extra incentive, Phantom City Creative was kind enough to offer a special discount for first time buyers

Simply enter discount code GRAVEDIGGER during checkout for 15% off your first purchase!

All Artwork © Copyright Phantom City Creative

Written by Rondal

Rondal is the Editor-in-Chief of Strange Kids Club and a creative instigator who tackles each day with Red Bull-induced enthusiasm and a mind for adventure. Rondal has written for other sites including Rue Morgue, Fuel Your Illustration and Bloodsprayer. His obsession with horror movies, 80s animation and action figures is considered unhealthy by medical professionals.

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