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Horrorway Road Meet Up // Pop Up Horror Market // Flash Tattoos
June 30 - July 1
A pop-up mini horror con with vendors and horror related tattoos.
As the London Horror Convention got postponed and a lot of us have their train/flight tickets and hotel booked, we thought that we can gather some horror friends and have a fun weekend in central London. As many of us are already here this weekend, why not meet up with the usual convention buddies?
*** FREE EVENT ***
Join us for two afternoons of flash tattoos, horror art and drinks across two venues.
Saturday 30 June 12 pm – 6 pm
Sunday 1 July 12 pm – 6 pm
The Horatia Pub
98-102 Holloway Road, Highbury East, London N7 8JE
We gathered a few horror vendors for the opportunity to buy some goodies, or just have a drink and some food.
159 Holloway Rd, London N7 8LX (right opposite The Horatia)
Resident artists Allan Graves, KNK Tattooing and Zoe Lodge Art, and guest Joe K Worrall from Heart & Arrow, Shrewsbury.
Her first self produced and directed short film “Seize the Night” (2015) won her the Rising Star award at Northern Ireland’s Yellow Fever Independent Film Festival. The film garnered favourable reviews from a multitude of respected genre websites including Dread Central, Starburst and UK Horror Scene, as well as a news article on the official AMC’s Horror Channel website. As the film gained momentum “Seize the Night” and Emma Dark featured in comprehensive national print articles, including a front page mention in leading UK horror magazine ‘Scream’.
2017 saw Emma complete her second short film – Sci-Fi/Horror “Salient Minus Ten”, which features Star Wars actor Alan Austen in the lead role, with cinematography from internationally renowned DoP Philip Bloom.
She is currently a contributing writer for Digital FilmMaker Magazine and an honorary patron of the arts at The Misty Moon Film Society. Emma regularly appears as a Film and TV guest at genre conventions around the UK.
Graham Humphreys is an illustrator and designer with 40 years experience. One of the few contemporary illustrators using the traditional medium of gouache to paint his images, Graham is best known for his work within the horror genre.
Artist Luke Francis with twisted, abnormal art.
Twisted abnormality started through simply documenting nightmares. Fast forward a couple of years and we have this passion project selling prints, pins and stickers based on these nightmares. Heavily influenced by pop culture and a lifetime of watching horror films these designs will definitely keep you up at night!
Pentagram Peter Pan
Screen printed slogan shirts and pins from movies, music and more!
“The whole project started because of a sheer love for t-shirts. I decided to start things off in the summer of 2017 using ideas from my favourite movies, music and more.”
Last Shirt on the Left
Last Shirt on the Left is an independent clothing company devised by two movie maniacs hell bent on unleashing great quality, beautiful and desirable film-themed merchandise on the world!
Our ultimate aim is to bring you a range of original, inspired, effective and sometimes simple merchandise, ranging from Horror and Sci-Fi all the way through to Exploitation, Gore and more.
More vendors and details to be confirmed soon!