Grey Matter Art Announces A Sensational Horror Print For “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” By Gabz

Grey Matter Art is back with part 3 of their 4 part tribute to the classic, gory, disturbing fan-favorite, “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.”  This time out they have partnered with the insanely talented artist, Grzegorz Domaradzki, AKA “Gabz” for a truly stunning print.  Here is what Gabz had to say about the project…

“Being a huge fan of what Jason Edmiston and Florian Bertmer did for the same title before me, as hard is it was, I wanted my piece to be something completely different.  I’ve been wanting to work on something more editorial-looking for months, and with a title as long as this one, I felt it’s a perfect opportunity not to be wasted.


Regular Edition: 150 / $50

Since viewers of this classic horror flick are meant to believe it’s based on a true story, custom-designed typo that looks like a front page of some crazy newspaper seemed like a right thing to do.Instead of focusing on just one scene or character, I included several plot points and all the essential characters destined (or not) to end up on Sawyer’s dining table.”

Fans of the film will be pleased to hear that there shall be three versions of this print up for grabz by Gabz over on the Grey Matter Art WEBSITE at a random time between 1 – 2 PM EST on THURSDAY, APRIL 30th. (Follow them on TWITTER for the announcement)


Variant Edition: 100 / $65


Foil Variant Edition: 75 / $115

Be sure to head on over to Gabz OFFICIAL WEBSITE to see more of his impressive portfolio.


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