Chris Garofalo Offers Up 2 Brilliantly Bloody Prints For Friday The 13th

If you are in or near Cherry Hill, New Jersey this weekend, you gotta stop by Monster Mania Con!  Horror aficionados have gathered to see their favorite movie stars and artists who embrace everything creepy, dark and bloody.

One of our favorite artists who loves ALL of those things is Chris Garofalo and he is releasing not one but two fantastic homage prints to one of the biggest horror franchises of all time, Friday the 13th.


35 YEARS OF CAMP CARNAGE (on the left)
3-color screen print on Mr. French Madero Beach Speckletone paper
signed and numbered edition of 40

JASON LIVES (on the right)
3-color screen print on Mr. French Madero Beach Speckletone paper
signed and numbered edition of 40

Here is what Chris had to say about these beauties. “The JASON LIVES print is the official print for the film screening at The Colonial Theatre on 3/13. Prints debut there first as well as at Monster Mania Con the same weekend. Both prints will be available at Monster Mania Con, and any remaining stock will be available in the QFS WEB STORE on 3/16 at 12pm EST”

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(Sticker available at Monster Mania Con)

Track Chris down at Monster Mania Con to pick up these prints along with this sexy sticker. He loves to talk horror films so don’t be shy, hit him up.  Follow Chris Garofalo on TWITTER for updates on future scary endeavors and go hit up his OFFICIAL STORE to see what other diabolical goodies he has in there for you.



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