Mirror Mirror by Gary Pullin
Gary Pullin is an artist and full-time creature creator, and his colorful signature style has graced numerous magazines, books and movie posters. He’s had his work featured in galleries across North America, done highly sought-after screen-prints for Mondo and Skuzzles, and created key art for such films as The Babadook and the George A. Romero documentary, Birth of the Living Dead. A film fan since he could slide a tape into a VCR during his youth in London, Ontario, Canada, “Ghoulish” Gary Pullin served as the horror magazine Rue Morgue’s original art director and designed the magazine’s famous look. Pullin still contributes an art column, “The Frightful Gallery,” to Rue Morgue. Both Gary and his art are seen in the documentaries Twenty-Four by Thirty-Six and Why Horror? He lives in Toronto, Canada.