#EverydayHorrors Volume IV | #SerialKnolling

Notorious serial killers profiled using the art of “Knolling”: the process of arranging like objects in parallel or 90 degree angles as a method of organization or storytelling.

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New photo book by Jason Shaltz, A Twiztid Look, now available on Amazon!

A Twiztid Look is a collection of photography by Jason Shaltz that follows the horror-core rap duo Twiztid, showing an inside look at life on the road. Edited and designed by Joshua Werner, this coffee table book is a true collector's item that includes exclusive photos both on and off stage that have never been seen before.

A look back at "a Rotten Cinco de Mayo 2017!"

A look back at "a Rotten Cinco de Mayo 2017!"

a Rotten Cinco de Mayo has come and gone....but not without doing some serious damage in Brooklyn!  Thank you to everyone who came out to support and rock with the brands, vendors and artists.  Take a look at the recap video below followed by the photo gallery of the night.

Check the freshness below!!!

a Rotten Cinco de Mayo at Lucky 13 Saloon in Brooklyn!

This Cinco de Mayo, instead of politelly sipping a raspberry margarita on an outdoor patio, come to Horror-tastic Lucky 13 Saloon and witness the most deranged musical showcase this side of the Mason-Dixon line. We are serving up a hot batch of rotten goodness with some of the grimiest artists around....

A Rotten Cinco de Mayo
Musical Sets by:
-Pictureplane
-Swag Toof
-Little Pain
-Nick Prosper
-Iceberg Black
-Death+
-Boy Froot
-Canis Lupus

Vendors:
-Lamour Supreme
-Alien Body
-Kill Your God
-Tough Times Press
-Sunday School
-bitchnug

Hosted by DJ Dusty Fingerz
***Only 100 Tickets Available***
$10 flat! No extra fees or any of that nonsense.
https://www.eventbrite.com/edit?eid=33403152729#

Be there or be dead. 
#RottenInTheFreeWorld

Rotten Cake, LLC is a media collective focusing on digital presence, content creation, artist collaboration and live events…primarily revolving around the horror genre and our twisted musical tastes.

Rotten Cake Visuals

Rotten Cake Visuals

Peep a collection of Rotten Cake visuals from past projects and events.  Our Video Production and Photography client list includes SiriusXMVEVO, MTV, CBS Radio, SPIN Magazine and more. We also work with independent artists, developing their visual identity through photo/video, which ultimately shapes their brand.

Rotten Cinco de Mayo coming sooooooooon......

We have something brewing for 5/5/17 here in Brooklyn.  Keep watch and stay posted......details coming soooooooooooon.......

 *we did not take this image we found it on this brand new site called google or something like that

*we did not take this image we found it on this brand new site called google or something like that

Bloody-Disgusting.com shows #EverydayHorrors love!

Thank you to John Squires (@FreddyInSpace) and Bloody-Disgusting.com for featuring our #EverydayHorrors photo series!  Check out the blog post here ----> http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3416004/fun-photo-shoot-puts-horror-icons-everyday-situations/

 What if our favorite slasher villains lived among us?  We’ve only ever really seen guys like Jason, Freddy, Leatherface, and Michael Myers in their natural elements – except for that time Jason kinda sorta took Manhattan, of course – but wouldn’t it be fun to see them, well, totally out of their respective elements? Can you imagine Leatherface riding the subway? How about Freddy grabbing a super expensive coffee at Starbucks?!  It’s fun to imagine such scenarios, and photographer Jason Shaltz has just taken it upon himself to not only imagine them but also bring them to life. For his “Everyday Horrors” series, Shaltz grabbed his camera, dressed up models as horror icons, and headed out into the streets of New York City. Not surprisingly, New Yorkers barely even batted an eye at the strange sights.  Shaltz explains the genesis of the project:    Although their extra-curricular activities are generally frowned upon by society, they’ve managed to win the hearts of millions of fans globally. Ironically, it seems like they can truly do no harm to their reputation, navigating the press and media unscathed and forever glorified. But what goes on during non-business hours for these folks? When they aren’t hanging co-eds on meat hooks or making human kebobs from teenage camp counselors, where are they? What are they doing?    Check out some of the photos below and grab prints through the   Rotten Cake Etsy shop  !

What if our favorite slasher villains lived among us?

We’ve only ever really seen guys like Jason, Freddy, Leatherface, and Michael Myers in their natural elements – except for that time Jason kinda sorta took Manhattan, of course – but wouldn’t it be fun to see them, well, totally out of their respective elements? Can you imagine Leatherface riding the subway? How about Freddy grabbing a super expensive coffee at Starbucks?!

It’s fun to imagine such scenarios, and photographer Jason Shaltz has just taken it upon himself to not only imagine them but also bring them to life. For his “Everyday Horrors” series, Shaltz grabbed his camera, dressed up models as horror icons, and headed out into the streets of New York City. Not surprisingly, New Yorkers barely even batted an eye at the strange sights.

Shaltz explains the genesis of the project:

Although their extra-curricular activities are generally frowned upon by society, they’ve managed to win the hearts of millions of fans globally. Ironically, it seems like they can truly do no harm to their reputation, navigating the press and media unscathed and forever glorified. But what goes on during non-business hours for these folks? When they aren’t hanging co-eds on meat hooks or making human kebobs from teenage camp counselors, where are they? What are they doing?

Check out some of the photos below and grab prints through the Rotten Cake Etsy shop!

ROTTEN CAKE x GUUL GRAPHICS LOGO

our homie over at GUUL GRAPHICS hooked us up with this FRESH Rotten Cake logo interpretation.  This dude has crazy aesthetic and is super fun to work with.  Peep his site and for sure follow him on instagram. #WAKEUPTOCAKEUP #ROTTENCAKE

Zelooperz x ROTTEN CAKE

Our fellow Michigan native, Zelooperz, hooked us up with this dark interpretation of the Rotten Cake logo.  Flint x Detroit....Michigan Hustles Harder.  Wake up to cake up.

Crayon Berries & Smith ... #comingsoon

We shot a 'cranberry' and a 'smith' today.  good vibes all around.  thanks to the homies at SST Studios...we appreciate the hospitality.  Stay tuned for some freshness........in the meantime....check out this dope artwork from SST Studios.  Official Rob Zombie tour artwork from 199something.  We want.  

Peace and Hair-Grease, y'all.  
-Dan for Rotten Cake