Magnificent Monster Paintings by Jason Edmiston


Since today is Halloween, we thought we’d show you some magnificent monster paintings. Artist Jason Edmiston recently created these for Mondo’s latest show, Universal Monsters. It’s Mondo’s biggest and best exhibition to date featuring artwork inspired by Universal Studios’ classic horror films. More than 60 original and screen-printed works are currently on display at the Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas until November 10. You can check out all of the spooky pieces on Mondo’s website.

Easily, some of our favorite works are these acrylic on wood panel paintings of Dracula, The Bride of Frankenstein and Frankenstein by Jason Edmiston. As Mondo wrote on their blog, “Jason is a master of his craft and he knocked these out of the park.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.



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