The 2013 Fall Zombie Fashion Show & Creature Art Exhibit – The Undead Done Right

Posted: October 9, 2013 in Art, Events, Hot Women, Los Angeles
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From the creative genius behind the Pancakes & Booze Art Show comes the Zombie Fashion Show & Creature Art Exhibit, an adult point of view on the traditional horror genre. At this art & fashion show from this past Saturday night at Lot 613 in Downtown Los Angeles, dozens of Hollywood makeup artists transformed beautiful models into the undead to strut their stuff on the caution tape-lined runway for eager fans to view. Just like at the last Zombie Fashion Show back in May, artists from across the country brought their deathly works of art to exhibit at this show, and many local designers brought their crafts and/or accessories to sell. Now in October, the anticipation for Halloween grows, sparking an increased interest in a show like this, resulting in a significantly larger turnout than the May show.

While the majority of the guests congregated around the runway in the middle of the venue, plenty of art and merchandise lined the perimeter of the venue.

As mentioned above, the originator of the Pancakes & Booze Art Show has devised this alternative art show as well. As a result, guests could expect to munch on pancakes all night, free of charge, though they discreetly placed a tip jar on the counter.

This show has touched so many people that some of them decided to also get into the spirit by dressing up or applying Halloween cosmetics as well.

Prior to the model runway show, a local slow rock band played a few songs. Their set did not last long, for reasons unknown, but I would guess that they had sound issues throughout their set.

As all the guests waited in anticipation of the zombie models, some of the official camera crew set up this camera station at the end of the runway.

Enough with words – you all came here to see some flesh! Words cannot describe as much as photos can, so I will allow you to formulate your own captions for each photo. Without further adieu, observe these photos from the zombie model fashion walk.

Just for fun, go behind the scenes to the makeup area, where the artists worked to the bone gearing these ladies up for a ghoulish night.

Who needs words when pictures illustrate thousands of words at a time? Did you like what you saw? Check out the original Pancakes & Booze Art Show coming up NEXT weekend, right back at Lot 613 in Downtown Los Angeles. This show will only cost $5 to get in, and guests can find free street parking on surrounding streets, so why wait until the next opportunity? Sure it may not have revealing zombie models, but the live nude body painting should make up for the difference.

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