Zombie Teds – Undead Toys for Living Chills

Zombie Teddy-Bears

zombie teddy bear UnDead Ted with eaten-away face exposing jaw teeth and torn-off arm by Phillip Blackman

UnDead Ted with eaten-away face exposing jaw teeth and torn-off arm by Phillip Blackman

UndeadTeds is the work of Phillip Blackman, a British illustrator who enjoys torturing teddy-bears.

To see more cuddly gruesomeness visit his Tumblr page here.

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DOG EAT DOG { novel } takes place in the near future, after the Earth has been devastated by a viral pathogen unleashed when a corporate cargo hauler crashed into the atmosphere; breaking up as a fireball across the sky, it showered Southern Europe and North Africa with a deadly rain of infected debris. Ten years later, over seventy percent of the human population is dead and only a handful of cities survive intact. So called ‘Living Cities’. The vast majority of human habitation is abandoned to the undying creatures left mutated through a brutal twist in the infection. Greed and corruption are left hovering over this bleak and brutalized domain and a cosmic horror is now free to infiltrate the remote abandoned corners of the Earth. Above this, the orbital colonies spin within artificial gravity wells, impartial observers, unaffected by the shocking events below. Within this mix the lives of two survivors collide: a renegade intelligence agent and a cold-blooded master of violence, shaping events with their virulent hunger for money and desire to carve their name onto this new world.

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