“Death becomes her…”

Remember that film? I never watched it but as soon as I received these images from Lisa, I knew I wanted to create a double slide mailer with some of them! Mixed Media Monday’s challenge this week was set by Anni (Anni’s Fabric Art), who asked us to use something ’round’ in our artwork. She created a beautiful example for us and I used plenty of round punchinella on this piece, so it’s my entry for this week!

Death1

And then there are her fans…

Death2

And dear old Dad! ( or possibly Mum?)

Death3

These are all to be found at Ten Two Studios Faux Postage (Zombie Mail); Zombie Maries; Harry Clark’s black & white Microscope slide images and of course the mailers too! 😉

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12 Comments

  1. Absolutely gorgeous and a little scary :o)

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  2. Rosie, Your art piece is so fantastic and terrifying I have no words to tell all ,

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  3. Was the Duchess perhaps trialling some early dentures and a foolish foray into red-tinted contact lenses?

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  4. Wow, this is sooo fun and scary!! Wonderful!!!

    Linda

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  5. Oh! So very scary!!!
    Great job on this!

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  6. ohhhhh how very scarey!!! lovely pieces!

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  7. mixedmediamonday

     /  September 14, 2009

    Oh, my – what fun, Rosie! Gruesome, but gorgeous, LOL! Love them! Diane

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  8. Amy

     /  September 15, 2009

    these are totally spooky…cool!!!

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  9. Great work, and I do love the images. Thanks for identifying where they can be purchased!

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  10. Love this!:)

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  11. Wow, it is absolute georgeous. i love every detail. so fun and scary.

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