Thursday, August 30, 2007

Rock and Roll Monster Bash 2007

Also while in atlanta, heather and i went to the Rock and Roll Monster Bash. loved getting my picture with this guy (this could be why...).

first up, blastoff burlesque performed...i have big plans on making myself some of those bat pasties...
and the folks from Zombie Walk Atlanta were there doing free zombie makeovers...i should have taken advantage of it...
here's a person getting done up. i was so impressed with the amount of work these folks put into doing the makeup. along with giving someone that general zombie look, they airbrush the skin and apply all sorts of oozing lesions for the full effect. why again did i not do this?
heather and i with a zombie dude. this guy was amazing...stayed in character the entire time and came to the event already looking like this...i don't think he gets out much.

also at the fest was an array of artists and crafters with creepy wares. got to meet c. martin croker (involved in many ways with space ghost, but most importantly to me, he is the voice of zorac "I'm chartreuse").
other fun stuff to see and do includes but not limited to was a hearse show, a few decent bands, and my favorite all time activity, gawking at people.
Loads o' fun...waay better than drive invasion... hands down.

5 comments:

jungle dream pagoda said...

You have certainly been having fun MHICTY style!!! Great to hear from you!

Feathers a/k/a Thriftin' Gal said...

Looks like you guys had a blast! - wish I could have been there to see it in person!

P.S. I can see all the pix just fine now, thank you!

Heather G said...

I was so happy to see new posts up! YAY! First saw your hilariousness (it is a word, by gum) via swapatorium and have been a fan ever since. Like you, i have a kitsch addiction and wish i could have lived 50-60 years ago. Anyway, cheers and thanks for the awesomeness (adding -ness to any word makes it totally better)

sweetheartville said...

Looks like a good time. Glad to see you posting again!

jadedbeck said...

Wow! What a fantastic idea - wish we had an indie arts bash over here..