Congratulations to the team of Duffy and Justin Kane Elder. Partners in crime and the dynamic duo of Electric Coffin. Once again, for the third straight year, the shape of a coffin is the platform for a range of artist from the the Northwest to explore and explain their work.
Below is coffins from Augie Pagan, Luke Yates, 13Fngrs, and J.P. Farquar:
50 different artists took on this challenge, and from my point of view from this year to last year, the work keep getting better. I feel like the artists involved know that everyone is bring their "A" game. Below, from left to right, Joey Nix, Quincy Quigg, Ego.
Joe Vollan with his morticians coffin.
Solace and his Softgore Coffin...
The place was a packed house. Electric Coffin at the Piranha Shop does it again. Bring in great artists and a great crowd.
Just before I took this shot, Quincy was tearing it up on the floor. Such a tall guy, in a confined area, the kid has got skills!
Be sure to catch this show before it moves on to Portland and then onto LA. Boxes of Death 3-D will be on the move and you don't want to miss out.