I am so excited about this! Here is my slipcover art for Severin Films‘s new release Nosferatu in Venice (1988), the unofficial sequel to Werner Herzog’s vampire film Nosferatu the Vampyre. It stars Klaus Kinski in one of his last performances, as well as Donald Pleasence, Christopher Plummer, and Barbara De Rossi. Six different directors were involved, including writer/producer Augusto Caminito, Mario Caiano, Luigi Cozzi, Pasquale Squitieri, Maurizio Lucidi, and Kinski himself. Gorgeous, erotic, atmospheric horror film– and great bonus features are included. You can preorder the limited edition DVD here!
My art on the cover of Severin Films‘s new release! One of my favorite horror films, starring Udo Kier, Joe Dallesandro, Maxime McKendry, Stefania Casini, Arno Juerging, and Vittorio de Sica.
“Paul Morrissey’s BLOOD FOR DRACULA aka ANDY WARHOL’S DRACULA in glorious 4K. Our edition — the ONLY officially licensed edition about to hit the market — features a UHD with a brand new master of the film, scanned from the original uncensored negative and colored in HDR for the first time ever. It also comes with a Blu-Ray, loads of special features (earlier teaser pic is Stefania Casini back at the original location of her biting), and the extended soundtrack on CD!”
The Mid-Year Sale will start on Friday (6/25) at Midnight EST and end on the following Monday (6/28).
I am the featured Artist of the Month at Book Revue, located in the village of Huntington, New York, one of the largest independent bookstores in the country and my favorite on Long Island. My Hitchcock Blondes exhibit is up until the end of January!
All paintings exhibited are for sale (as well as limited edition art prints in several sizes), which make great holiday gifts. If you happen to stop by, I encourage you to browse Book Revue’s two floors of books. You would be supporting a great local business. It has an incredible selection of new books and used books of every genre, as well as a cozy café.
Celebrate Alfred Hitchcock‘s birthday week by joining me at Class & Co for a one-night only art show in Williamsburg on August 16! The Master of Suspense turns 120 just three days before the event and what better way to spend the evening than viewing paintings from my Hitchcock Blondes series with a glass of wine in hand. Prints will also be sold and films screened!
You can find my entire Hitchcock Blondes series in my Etsy shop. Enjoy free shipping all month long.
Announcing my biggest sale of the year: 20% off of every item in my Etsy shop all month! Get a head start on holiday shopping before Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Happy holidays! And I hope everybody has been participating in Noirvember!
To celebrate, I highly recommend visiting Film Forum in NYC, which is celebrating Ida Lupino’s centenary with a festival devoted to her films. It ends November 22. Ida was the first woman to direct a film noir, THE HITCH-HIKER. Known for her “tough roles at Warner Bros.,” she “then reinvented herself as a pioneer indie director, writer and producer, the first woman of the sound era to do so and the only woman director in Hollywood for decades, tackling once-taboo subject matter, under her company banner The Filmmakers.”
No Etsy in your country? Send me a message on Twitter, Instagram, or email! I’ve had many international customers contact me because of this. I don’t want you to miss my biggest sale of the year!
New Sections, New Prints: I finally organized my shop and grouped everything in categories such as Noir prints, Actresses: Old Hollywood prints, Cinema Cat Ladies prints, Hitchcock blondes prints, and many more! Also see my previous post on other goodies in my shop.
Happy Hitchcocktober! I’m having an ALL MONTH sale at my Etsy shop ➡️ www.etsy.com/shop/RuneWorksProductions. 15% off EVERY item (Hitchcock and non-Hitchcock) and a FREE Psycho tote bag if you spend over $85. My store now has 136 items. Let’s celebrate the master of suspense, his fair-haired leading ladies, and the month of horror culminating in Halloween! Prints, originals and magnets from my 13 Hitchcock Blondes series are on sale. Prints are available in FIVE different sizes. The best way to find out about new items is to follow my Etsy store!
My series of 13 Hitchcock Blondes is now also sold in two different size sets. If you can’t decide, you can get all of the prints for a lower price than buying them all individually. For now, sets are sold in sizes 9×6″ and 6×4″. This purchase comes with a FREE Tippi Hedren Birds magnet.
We all go a little mad sometimes… My very roomy Vera Miles: PSYCHO tote and Cesar Romero: JOKER tote is perfect for fitting Halloween candy, your laptop, groceries, books! I always carry a ton of things with me and this is just the right size for fitting everything. Plus, it’s got THREE side pockets! Every JOKER tote has lips hand-painted red by me for a personalized touch!
Halloween, Horror, and Hitchcock Lovers. Shown here is my 14 in. x 11 in. print Janet Leigh: Psycho print, my Vera Miles: Psycho magnet, Janet Leigh: Psycho magnet, Tippi Hedren: The Birds magnet, and Vera Miles: Psycho tote.
Need a gift? For that vintage-loving classic film fan in your life? Your very own femme fatale? Or just yourself? I have something for you! Whether you love film noir, Hitchcock heroines, European cinema, or 1960s Batman, there are 136 choices in my shop to choose from.
I ship internationally too! All limited edition prints are signed and numbered by me.
CAT LOVERS: I have about half a dozen cat-related art in five sizes and two types of paper for every cat person out there!
Had a blast at New York Comic Con! It was our best year yet! We had more prints and more merchandise than ever such as new magnets like Psycho: Vera Miles and Psycho: Norman Bates and Marion Crane, Joker tote bag, and Psycho: Vera Miles tote bag. It was a whirlwind and in case you didn’t get to partake, we have all items available at our etsy store. At least a dozen new items being added to our Runeworks store every day this week!
12 days away! My favorite time of year is back– New York Comic Con starts in less than two weeks! I will be back at the Runeworks booth #1061 with writer RJ Huneke and artist Fred Harper. I’ll be signing prints from my Hitchcock series and other art (all with a special Comic Con discount), and there will be new merchandise such as tote bags and shirts. You can see a preview of some of the prints on Etsy. We have a few surprises in store so please stop by and say hi! Also check out RJ Huneke’s site POW KA-BAM! COMICS for reviews, interviews and all things comic book related. See you soon! You can follow my Instagram and Twitter for more updates.
Happy Autumnal Equinox! New season = new prints. I have a bunch of limited edition archival prints in my Etsy store in 3 sizes. If you’re a lover of Old Hollywood, foreign films, and Hitchcock, there is something for you! I have prints from my Hitchcock and Sirens of the Stage series, as well as Batman, the Joker, and many more. Warm up with coffee and art!
Available now! Stephen Jared‘s espionage thriller The Chameleon Thief of Cairo. I was lucky enough to be asked by Stephen to illustrate the cover, the third installment of his Jack Hunter series. Print and ebook versions are available on Amazon. Stephen is an actor and writer and is currently the associate producer of a forthcoming documentary on the legendary movie poster artist Richard Amsel.
“It’s 1948. The war is over yet trust among nations is low. While Cairo is jittery with calls for revolution, American spies are murdered, and new eyes are needed on the ground.
Having earned recognition for heroics in China during the war, Jack Hunter is asked to assist in gathering information. He and his best friend travel to Egypt hoping to revisit the spirit of earlier adventures. Shortly upon arrival, however, what they find is not a lively escapade but a changed world, people torn apart by grievances, dark alliances to money and power, fundamentalism, and cynical, suspicious characters on all sides. The darkness of war seems to have settled into people’s bones. As a result, Jack’s latest tale is his most harrowing, and could even be his last.”