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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

More Everything - presented by The Undead Bazaar

The Undead Bazaar is proud to present one artist who wears several different hats. Sara runs two different online shops, More Everything and Black and White Tees. While they are two separate entities, there is plenty of overlap. I think we're better off letting Sara explain:

You're a busy gal. Tell us about some of your projects, where you can be found online, and what you are doing there.
"You’re right – I’ve got a lot of projects right now. Here’s the basics:

More Everything has been the primary outlet for my jewelry up to this point. We’re completing a major update and will be expanding the shop with additional designs. These include:
- new jewelry designs
- buttons and magnets: the core pieces are simple language and catch phrases but we’re also starting a line based on cemetery monuments.
- journals: these are hand-bound and include a combination of blank pages, excerpts and pages from books, printed paper pages and photographs.
- Purses and t-shirts: in conjunction with our sister company, black & white tees, we’re getting ready to launch some exclusive t-shirts and hand-screened, graphic purses featuring the walking dead and other classic movie monsters.
- Voodoo dolls: probably our favorite new item. We’ve decided to kick off this line with a zombie voodoo doll.
We’re also a featured seller on the CWTV Vampire Diaries Store (I know it’s sacrilegious to mention this on a zombie website but, c’mon).

Our sister company,
Black & White Tees specializes in items with a little more attitude. The label is centered around a core line of t-shirts, again featuring simple language and phrases, designed to put ideas out with no regrets. The shop is currently adding wristbands along with it’s own line of buttons and magnets."

We'll forgive you for liking vampires. But when did you see the light and start directing your attention to zombies?
"I’ve never discriminated against zombies, and I certainly haven’t abandoned the other supernaturals that I love (although, I’m even more partial to werewolves if you must know), but I started wanting to expand into some zombie designs after getting more into one of my favorite bands, The Horrorpops. Their song “Walk Like a Zombie” is what inspired my zombie bracelet."

What would be a defining zombie moment in your life?
"I probably share it with a lot of other people. I’ve always been drawn to the classic horror movies and my first big zombie moment (which should be becoming pretty obvious) was watching the original Night of the Living Dead. To this day I can’t walk through a cemetery without thinking to myself, 'They’re coming to get you, Barbara'. "

Do you have any favorite zombie movies, books, or games?
"Lately, I haven’t had much time for all of it. I did start reading Pride, Prejudice and Zombies recently, and I fell in love with Zombieland (of course) and I’m crazy for Left 4 Dead. So, generally, I’m about as mainstream a zombie fan as you can find."

If we were making a toy of you, would you be a zombie or a survivor?
"I would probably have to be a zombie. I’m not kidding myself – if left to my own devices there’s no way I’m going to survive."

What accessories would you come with?
"I would be a 50’s prom queen zombie, with a tattered, bloodied dress and a high-heeled foot that would shoot off as a projectile weapon."

If you were bitten by a zombie, would you want to change or would you rather be shot?"Shoot me - I’d rather be bitten by a werewolf."

1 comment:

  1. Really awesome creations! I'm going to check out that bracelet, now!


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