Dead Meat


The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Chris Garofalo.

Barn Wood Regular Edition 18x24 3-color screen print with metallic ink Signed and numbered edition of 45 $30

Barn Wood Regular Edition |
18×24 |
3-color screen print with metallic ink |
Signed and numbered edition of 45 |
$30

From Chris Garofalo himself…”On Friday July 3rd, The Colonial Theatre is screening my all time favorite horror movie of all time, the 1974 classic, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Needless to say, it was an absolute honor to have been granted the poster duties for this screening. Available in Barn Wood Regular Edition and Dead Meat Variant Edition. Both feature metallic ink chainsaw teeth and text! Prints will debut at the screening next Friday. Any remainders will go live in the QFS web store afterwards.

Dead Meat Variant Edition | 18x24 | 3-color screen print with metallic ink | Signed and numbered edition of 25 | $40

Dead Meat Variant Edition |
18×24 |
3-color screen print with metallic ink |
Signed and numbered edition of 25 |
$40

Buy this. Do it. DO IT.


Grey Matter and Gabz Love Power Tools

The gang at Grey Matter Art have enlisted illustrator Gabz to create another stunning print in Grey Matter’s “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” poster anthology! I love the use of typography in this one, and as always, Gabz illustrations are second-to-none.

TCM by Gabz regular edition

TCM by Gabz regular edition

Here’s a little more info from the guys at Grey Matter..”Grey Matter Art is proud to announce our next release for the 4 part artist series for the 40th Anniversary of the film, “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.” Our next poster is by the very talented Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz). This is our sixth project collaboration with Gabz, and we are so excited with his idea for the film, and think it works very well as a companion piece to our other Texas Chainsaw Massacre posters in this series.

Gabz also chimed in on his involvement with this illustration…”Being a huge fan of what Jason Edmiston and Florian Bertmer did for the same title before me, as hard is it was, I wanted my piece to be something completely different. I’ve been wanting to work on something more editorial-looking for months, and with a title as long as this one, I felt it’s a perfect opportunity not to be wasted.

Since viewers of this classic horror flick are meant to believe it’s based on a true story, custom-designed typo that looks like a front page of some crazy newspaper seemed like a right thing to do.Instead of focusing on just one scene or character, I included several plot points and all the essential characters destined (or not) to end up on Sawyer’s dining table.

“The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” poster by Gabz is available now at Grey Matter’s Webstore.

TCM by Gabz variant edition

TCM by Gabz variant edition

TCM by Gabz foil edition

TCM by Gabz foil edition

The Saw is Family.

Okay, I’ve gotta say it…THIS happens to be my favorite piece that Jason Edmiston has created to date. The level of detail is nothing short of incredible, and I know for a fact that it’s not the easiest thing in the world to make an eyeball express pure terror. Edmiston does this seemingly naturally, and I am truly blown away by this illustration.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by Jason Edmiston regular

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by Jason Edmiston regular

  • Artist: Jason Edmiston
  • Size: 24×36
  • Regular Edition(10 color)-200/$50.00
  • Variant Edition(10 color)125/$65.00
  • Printed Edition: D & L Screen Printing

Now the good folks at Grey Matter Art know full well that The Saw is Family, and have seen to it that this is the next poster release in their “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” line of posters. Here’s a little from Mike Gregory of Grey Matter Art concerning the poster and working with Jason Edmiston…

“This was our first time working with Jason, and I really can’t say enough good things about him and his work ethic. He went above and beyond to ensure that this project was going to be perfect. The amount of work, detail, and color in this poster is just phenomenal, and the fact that it is a screen print just amazes me. This is definitely a uniquely done take for the film, which will be a great addition to the rest of the Texas Chainsaw posters we are going to release. I think each artist working on this series is bringing something different to the table, and this one works so well in depicting the end of the film where Leatherface is chasing Sally (Marilyn Burns) in the truck as she makes her escape.”

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by Jason Edmiston variant

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by Jason Edmiston variant

  • Artist: Jason Edmiston
  • Size: 24×36
  • Regular Edition(10 color)-200/$50.00
  • Variant Edition(10 color)125/$65.00
  • Printed Edition: D & L Screen Printing

If you don’t pick this one up…well, you’re missing what might just be THE print of 2015!

Grey Matter Art will be releasing the latest Texas Chainsaw print on their Webstore between 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST on Tuesday, January 27th!

“The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” Mini-Subscription:

Regular Edition Subscription:

4 Regular Edition Posters, one from each artist.
Comes with a GMA Tee-shirt.
Comes with Free Shipping.

Total Price is $174.99

Regular, Variant, & Foil Matching Edition Subscription:

4 Regular Edition Posters, one from each artist.
4 Variant Edition Posters, one from each artist.
Grzegorz Domaradzki Foil Variant.
Comes with a GMA Tee-shirt.
Comes with Free Shipping.

Total Price is $419.99

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Grey Matter Art are back with a vengeance. This time, they are teaming up with Florian Bertmer for his take on the iconic Tobe Hooper film “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre“. Not only does this poster celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the film but it’s also the first part of a 4-part poster project teaming Grey Matter Art with some of the most celebrated illustrators to hit the scene!

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by Florian Bertmer

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by Florian Bertmer

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre variant by Florian Bertmer

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre variant by Florian Bertmer

Here’s a breakdown from Grey Matter Art themselves: “Grey Matter Art have been working with 4 artists to release 4 different posters, each taking it on with their own unique approach. We are pleased to be working with Florian Bertmer, Grzegorz Domaradzki, Jason Edmiston, and Francesco Francavilla. With that, we are excited to start this series with the great and talented Florian Bertmer. This is the first time working with Florian, and we couldn’t have had a better experience. With this release we will be doing things a little bit differently. We are going to be offering a mini-subscription, so collectors can have the opportunity to have matching number sets, and not have to worry about trying to purchase each poster during drop days. Please read below to see what both subscriptions entail, and see which one best fits your needs, or feel free to purchase a poster as we release each one individually.”

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre mini-subscription

Regular Edition Subscription:

  • 4 Regular Edition Posters, one from each artist
  • Comes with a Grey Matter Art T-shirt
  • Free Shipping
  • All for $174.99

Regular, Variant and Foil Matching Edition Subscription:

  • 4 Regular Edition Posters, one from each artist
  • 4 Variant Edition Posters, one from each artist
  • Grzegorz Domaradzki Foil Variant
  • Comes with a Grey Matter Art T-shirt
  • Includes Free Shipping
  • All for $419.99

If a customer would like to receive their posters one at a time, Grey Matter Art will have to charge individual shipping prices, which is $15.00 Domestic, and $22.00 International shipping fees.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by Florian Bertmer Poster Details:

  • Artist: Florian Bertmer
  • Size: 36″ x 24″
  • Regular Edition: 200/$50.00
  • Variant Edition: 125/$60.00
  • Printed by: Seizure Palace

Grey Matter Art co-founder, Mike Gregory has this to say about the film and the poster: “This was a true honor to have the opportunity to work on this property. This is by far my definition of a true classic horror movie…Period. I grew up watching this movie with my brother, and it would always leave this uneasy feeling in my stomach after watching it. I think that if a movie can bring up that much feeling and emotion in someone, then they did things right. Even when I watch this movie today, it still has the same impact as before, and I think it’s great that this movie still holds up as being the ultimate horror film.

Because we know and love this movie so much, it wasn’t all that hard to find out which artists we wanted to work to work on this. We were definitely lucky enough to be able to work with these amazingly talented artists. I love Florian’s work so much, it is so unique and detailed, and the fact that he decided to use the part in the movie that always freaked me out the most, was so perfect. His piece is a great one to start this series, and he really nailed everything that makes this scene work. I think each artist is bringing something totally different to this series, and it will be a great way to end the films 40th anniversary.”

Artist Florian Bertmer adds, “When I was asked to come up with an idea for Texas Chainsaw, I knew right away I wasn’t going to draw Leatherface with a chainsaw because frankly, it has been done a million times. When I re-watched the movie I kept going back to the scene of Kirk entering the house – the moment you see the red room at the end of the hall with the trophies on the wall is just so creepy and scary. I love the amount of detail they put into the house with the animal hides and Ed Gein bone sculptures, it really sells the movie for me and I tried to capture the gruesome details in my drawing.I decided to show Leatherface after he dragged Kirk out of sight about to slam the door shut because this scene is the downright scariest scene of the movie. Hope you like it.”

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by Florian Bertmer will be released on November 25th only on Grey Matter Art’s Website!