"Ghoulish" Gary Pullin is one of the leading horror artists working today, with his art appearing on magazine covers, movie posters, and t-shirts. It's been announced that he'll have a special exhibit next week in Mexico, showing off select work from his fifteen year career.

Here's more information on the exhibit and a horror & sci-fi film festival that will be taking place next week:

"I am thrilled to announce I am an official guest at this year’s Feratum Film Fest, Mexico’s biggest and baddest horror and sci-fi film festival.

I am also pleased to say I will be exhibiting a career retrospective of art work for the first time in Mexico, which spans my fifteen year career creating horror inspired imagery.

The exhibit will feature many original drawings published on the covers of RUE MORGUE, silk-screened posters of some horror film favourites and art print that have gained international recognition.

In addition, Feratum will be screening the George A. Romero doc I illustrated, Birth of the Living Dead and I’ll be on hand for the screening and the Q & A.

I’ll be in attendance for the whole festival with guest Rodrigo Gudiño, founder of Rue Morgue Magazine. My wife and I are very much looking forward to meeting horror fans south of the boarder and taking in all of the madness the festival has to offer. My art exhibit, In the Land of Ghouls and Monsters, opens on October 3, 2013 at 5:30 pm at the Raymon Museum in Tlalpujahua, Mexico."