Ghouls, Ghouls, Ghouls: Movie Poster, is part of the 'Haunted House Rock' Exhibition, by John D-C. The exhibition monstrously mashes two of the artists favorite subjects: The Monsters of Popular Culture & The Golden Age of Rock and Roll
Elvis Aaron Frankenstein was a singer and actor who could arguably neither sing nor act. A cultural icon, he is commonly known simply as Frankie and is also sometimes referred to as The Modern Prometheus of Rock 'n' Roll as many attribute him as single-handedly taking Rock 'n' Roll to the masses.
Frankie had many hit songs such as: That’s All Wrong (Mama), Raise Hell Hotel, Good Hauntin’ Tonight, I Forgot To Remember To Kill, Do Be Cruel, Spook Me Tender, Blue Suede Shackles, All Shocked Up, Are You Gruesome Tonight? and Suspicious Brains.
Frankie quickly became a teenage idol and went on to become a Hollywood star in his own right. He starred in a total of 31 films including: Fear in Acapulco, Harum Scare'em, A.I. Blues, Flaming Torch, Haunted House Rock, Ghouls, Ghouls, Ghouls, Paradise Transylvanian Style, Follow That Brains, Killin' Cousins, Ghoul Happy, Undead In The Country, Brainbake, Stay Away Monster, Live A Little Die A Little, The Trouble With Ghouls, Viva Las Vengeance, Scareway, The Bride of Frankie & Johnny and It Happened At A Burning Mill.
During the height of his career the world was gripped with Frankie Fever and Frankie's image was used to sell everything from lightning rods to platform shoes he even had his own line of hair care products.
Sadly, health problems, prescription drug dependence and angry mobs of peasants with fire torches plagued the star in his later life leading to his untimely death at an early age.
Ghouls, Ghouls, Ghouls: Movie Poster is a limited edition Giclee Print (using archival inks on fine art photo rag paper). It is from an edition size of 20, and is hand numbered. The print comes rolled, in a mailer tube.
The Print Size Is: 500 x 1143mm approx. 19.7x 45". Paper.
Please Note: This print is unframed.
This original artwork is copyright John D-C 2010. Copyright is not transferable with the sale of this print. The buyer is not entitled to reproduction rights without permission from the artist John D-C