This Halloween weekend Art of Bleeding will be returning to The Steve Allen Theater to present an enlarged (“inflamed”? “engorged”?) version of our 2006 Halloween car crash show. This excerpted video, shot by Chuck Cirino of Weird TV, should give you a taste of what lies in store for guests of our 2011 extravaganza. The […]
Archive | October, 2011
Here are a few more photos from this weekend’s publicity shoot for our upcoming show. After the bloodbath, that is. (PHOTOS BY PHIL GLAU.)
It’s 1966 and three men “and a girl” (Raquel Welch in skintight wetsuit) explore a vaguely psychedelic soundstage representation of a macrocosmic human body. Physiology can be fun!
This Halloween weekend as part of our event at The Steve Allen Theater, we’ve invited some of your favorite comedians, artists, and underground personalities to share macabre stories of their own grisly medical incidents. This is actually a continuation The Gory Details Project, our attempt to create an audio archive of true first-person stories of medical […]
Creepy puppets on creepy parents. Someone please tell Tim & Eric about this.
The shirt mentioned in our previous post is now available from our friends at Y-Que. The image is from our 2006 Halloween Highway show at The Steve Allen Theater. This Halloween weekend, we’ll present Halloween Highway 2 on October 28, 29, and 30th. They’ll be available at the show, and are currently available at Y-Que’s […]
Our friend Bill from Y-Que Trading Post, purveyor of LA’s finest satirical and pleasingly moronic T-shirts (including ART OF BLEEDING T-SHIRTS) just dug up this picture he shot at our 2006 “Halloween Highway” show. He’s talking about putting on a T-shirt and making it available at our upcoming 2011 Halloween Highway 2 show. Just the […]
We are thrilled to have painter, performance artist, and animator Stephen Holman as a guest at our Halloween weekend show. Stephen has worked with many of the artists we crush out on: Paul Reubens, Johanna Went, Clam Lynch, John Fleck, The Kipper Kids, and his cartoonish, sometimes grotesque sensibilities have been inspirational to latter day puppet-and-blood-slinging […]
Our friends at Street Anatomy recently blogged about Warsaw-based artist Aleksandra Walisewska‘s often anatomical, always unsettling work. The artist describes her raw, compelling style in an interview with My Dance The Skull: I love pre-modern art. It is an endless source of inspiration for me, a true bottomless well of ideas. Looking at some picture throughout the […]
It’s been going on for over 100 posts now, and amid all the curious paramedical lore and imagery presented, I’m realizing that a fairly small percentage of these have actually touched up The Art of Bleeding itself, your friendly hosts and the medically themed performance group this blog was originally intended to promote. So here, in […]