The Dark Ones: DMP 2K17 – Night of the Walking Dead Man’s Party

The Dark Ones: DMP 2K17 – Night of the Walking Dead Man’s Party  (Link to Flickr)

Where did all these zombies come from? Was it the recent near-miss of Comet Nibiru? Was there a secret toxic spill, or a virus covered up by the government? Perhaps a descendant of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau has discovered her legacy? They’ve been saying “Winter is coming” for awhile now… Or maybe it’s really just as simple as accidental Worcestershire sauce in the embalming fluid (not pinkeye).

Whatever the reason for the plague of undead, they’re coming to get you, Barbara. What are you going to do when things get bitey? and don’t forget to Double-Tap! Dress up as your favorite zombie or zombie killer, and come ready to drink, dance, dodge, and dine! Donations are always welcome, and we invite you to bring a dish to share, for as we all know, the hunger of the undead is never-ending.

Costume ideas are easy — Undead, recently dead, survivors [I’m not dead yet!], classic zombie (walker, biter, infected, etc), white walker, wight, voodoo practitioner, bio hazard/radiation bunnysuit, Walking Dead character, character from any Romero-era zombie flick, Zombieland, Shaun of the Dead, Warm Bodies, 28 Days, World War Z, I Zombie, the list goes on and on. Whatever you choose, you’ve probably “got red on you”.

 

Zombie Nurse

Brains!

Mark Greenawalt’s “Coats of Paint” Book Release Party

Mark Greenawalt’s “Coats of Paint” Book Release Party
was held at the “Unexpected Gallery” in downtown Phoenix AZ on Jan 21st, 2017.

Mark’s good friend and fellow Body Paint artist  <a href=”https://www.facebook.com/Papi.miranda64″ rel=”nofollow”>Papi Miranda</a> did a live body painting demonstration at the event.
Recreating Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” on the body canvas of *Stephanie*

Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” on the body canvas of *Stephanie*

Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” on the body canvas of *Stephanie*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There was Live Music by Ed Clapper and Roger Wiedabach

Mark’s Kick Starter campaign for Coats of Paint

See my full selection of images on Flickr