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The Horror Art of Corinne Halbert

$7 • 5 X 7 • FOLDING ZINE • OPENS TO 13 X 19

APEP presents “The Horror Art of Corinne Halbert.” This folding zine features gorgeous full color and black and white art by Chicago artist Corinne Halbert. Inspired by such classic horror fodder as “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” “Re-Animator,” and “Dawn of the Dead” Halbert has illustrated portraits and elaborate stylized scenes pulled straight from the films.

Printed on fine matte photo paper, this folding zine measures 5″ x 7″ when closed and opens to 13″ x 19.”

about the artist

Corinne Halbert has lived and worked in Chicago for the past decade. Originally hailing from suburbs of Boston she’s a Masshole for life. Halbert received her MFA in Painting and Drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2008. She’s a painter, illustrator and cartoonist who specializes in erotic horror and horror comics. Halbert has self-published six issues of Hate Baby comics since 2010 and has contributed work to Black Eye, Magic Whistle and Suspect Device. When she isn’t rendering body cavities real and/or imagined with her signature psychedelic aplomb, Halbert peddles zines, comics, and other incendiary literature at Chicago’s revered Quimby’s Bookstore.