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Bret Wood is an Atlanta-based film director and author. Wood was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee,[1] and attended the University of Tennessee. After living in New York, where he was hired by Kino International, he moved to Atlanta.[2] Wood's most recent film is The Unwanted, inspired by Sheridan Le Fanu's vampire tale Carmilla.[3] His previous films include The Little Death (2010), Psychopathia Sexualis (2006), and Hell's Highway: The True Story of Highway Safety Films[4](2002), released by Kino International. His shorts include Judgement (2005), Rapture (2006), Security (2007), and The Other Half (2009). He also co-authored the book Forbidden Fruit: The Golden Age of the Exploitation Film[5] with his wife, Felicia Feaster. He edited the books Queen Kelly: The Complete Screenplay by Erich von Stroheim and Marihuana, Motherhood and Madness: Three Screenplays from the Exploitation Cinema of Dwain Esper. In 2013, Wood wrote the introduction to Centipede Press's edition of William Lindsay Gresham's Nightmare Alley,[6] and edited an anthology of Gresham's selected works entitled Grindshow.[7] In February 2007, his feature-length screenplay The Seventh Daughter was developed as part of Emory University's Brave New Works festival of plays. It was later named one of the winners of the first annual Atlanta Film Festival Screenplay Competition.[8] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bret_Wood

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Bret Wood is an Atlanta-based film director and author. Wood was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee,[1] and attended the University of Tennessee. After living in New York, where he was hired by Kino International, he moved to Atlanta.[2] Wood's most recent film is The Unwanted, inspired by Sheridan Le Fanu's vampire tale Carmilla.[3] His previous films include The Little Death (2010), Psychopathia Sexualis (2006), and Hell's Highway: The True Story of Highway Safety Films[4](2002), released by Kino International. His shorts include Judgement (2005), Rapture (2006), Security (2007), and The Other Half (2009). He also co-authored the book Forbidden Fruit: The Golden Age of the Exploitation Film[5] with his wife, Felicia Feaster. He edited the books Queen Kelly: The Complete Screenplay by Erich von Stroheim and Marihuana, Motherhood and Madness: Three Screenplays from the Exploitation Cinema of Dwain Esper. In 2013, Wood wrote the introduction to Centipede Press's edition of William Lindsay Gresham's Nightmare Alley,[6] and edited an anthology of Gresham's selected works entitled Grindshow.[7] In February 2007, his feature-length screenplay The Seventh Daughter was developed as part of Emory University's Brave New Works festival of plays. It was later named one of the winners of the first annual Atlanta Film Festival Screenplay Competition.[8] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bret_Wood

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C. Winston Taylor (also credited as C.W. Taylor) did illustrations for book covers, comic books, album covers, and more.

From comicbookdb.com:

"C. Winston Taylor always knew from a young age that he would communicate through his drawings. Fighting in the jungles of Vietnam, where he earned two Bronze Stars, helped solidify this vision.

After graduating with honors from the Art Center College of Design, in Los Angeles, he quickly became a well-respected illustrator. His work has received numerous awards and he served as the president of The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles."

 

More information below:

http://www.comicbookdb.com/creator.php?ID=11959

https://cameraviscera.com/2016/04/14/artists-behind-the-image-c-winston-taylor/

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C. Winston Taylor (also credited as C.W. Taylor) did illustrations for book covers, comic books, album covers, and more.

From comicbookdb.com:

"C. Winston Taylor always knew from a young age that he would communicate through his drawings. Fighting in the jungles of Vietnam, where he earned two Bronze Stars, helped solidify this vision.

After graduating with honors from the Art Center College of Design, in Los Angeles, he quickly became a well-respected illustrator. His work has received numerous awards and he served as the president of The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles."

 

More information below:

http://www.comicbookdb.com/creator.php?ID=11959

https://cameraviscera.com/2016/04/14/artists-behind-the-image-c-winston-taylor/

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Tricia Zimic was a freelance poster/cover artist for Troma from 1986 to 1988. She has created at least 25 pieces of artwork for the company. Learn more at the following links: http://www.triciazimic.com https://cameraviscera.com/2016/04/27/artists-behind-the-image-tricia-zimic/

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Tricia Zimic was a freelance poster/cover artist for Troma from 1986 to 1988. She has created at least 25 pieces of artwork for the company. Learn more at the following links: http://www.triciazimic.com https://cameraviscera.com/2016/04/27/artists-behind-the-image-tricia-zimic/

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Is the son of famous commercial illustrator Bob Peak, best known for innovative design in the development of the modern movie poster. Matthew Joseph Peak is particularly known for illustrating the first 5 Nightmare on Elm Street posters. http://matthewpeak.com/

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Is the son of famous commercial illustrator Bob Peak, best known for innovative design in the development of the modern movie poster. Matthew Joseph Peak is particularly known for illustrating the first 5 Nightmare on Elm Street posters. http://matthewpeak.com/

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Bill Morrison collaborated with Matt Groening of the Simpsons and Disney. He is responsible for the controversial "My Little Mermaid" poster with the phallic-looking spire. More information could be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Morrison_%28comics%29

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Bill Morrison collaborated with Matt Groening of the Simpsons and Disney. He is responsible for the controversial "My Little Mermaid" poster with the phallic-looking spire. More information could be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Morrison_%28comics%29