There are some amazing artists (Rob Sacchetto) who illustrate and paint the undead, but these talented folks sadly don’t always get shown love by museums and galleries. Now, I’ve been to my share of museums and come across more zombies than I can remember. Granted, they were found staring at the works of art and trying to think of something psuedo-intellecutal to whisper loudly with the hopes of being overheard, not hanging on the walls. Can we fix that? No, probably not.

George Pfau’s Zombiescapes site brings together a love of painting and zombies. “These impressionist/pointillist oil paintings portray figures on the verge of recognition. Each painting is based on a scene in a zombie film in which figures are small and out of focus.” The paintings are impressive and its fun to test your nerd cred by trying to guess the movie scenes of some of the more impressionistic pieces. Head over and check Zombiescapes out for your daily dose of both zombies and culture. 

You can find out more details at the official website.

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About H. E. Goodhue

H.E. Goodhue is an author and educator. Goodhue's series, Zombie Youth (Severed Press) has been called “unrelenting”, “thrilling and exciting” by both fellow authors and literary critics. Goodhue is also the author of Pink Slime, Love Bug and the soon to be released, Tidal Grave and Dry Rot. H.E. Goodhue currently resides in New Jersey with his wife, daughter and two hardheaded pitbulls.