After a long-term absence, I've finally had the pleasure to look upon the fantastic works of my friend Undead Ed's art once again.
He is truly an artist as he takes "normal" toys and creates the stuff of nightmares from them. He is meticulous in his process and that attention to detail brings his toys to life (or death as the case may be).
His artwork isn't for the squeamish, but thinking back on my own childhood, I would have killed for one of his fantastic creations. He tosses out the commercial meme of brightly colored, cutesy-tootsy critters in favor of an image befitting the imagination of the loner child (think - Eddie Munster's Wolf-Wolf doll) and leaves the loner adult craving a return to childhood years.
Ed's mastery of the macabre proves my belief that not all art must be beautiful, soothing or tranquil. The passions with which he forms his Frankenstein creations are exemplary and the care he takes in ensuring that they will last a lifetime are commendable. Owning one of Undead Ed's toys will make you a proud owner of a very unique art form for generations to come!
There are but a few artists whose work I've made it a fervent passion to own in the future, and one of Undead Ed's creations is certainly on that list.