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Photos: A Gross-Out Gallery Of Gory Zombie Models (NSFW)
The Zombie Fashion Show and Creature Art Exhibit took place this weekend at Lot 613 in DTLA. Guests could purchase monstrous art while waiting for the beautiful models to be transformed into bloody, grotesque zombies.
The fashion show is a Halloween version of Tom Kirlin's Pancakes & Booze Art Show, meaning that if you can stomach the guts and gore, there's free pancakes. The show was introduced by showman Dangerous D the Anatomical Wonder, who allowed audience members to affix paper bills to his face and body with a staple gun.
The zombies lurched and growled their way through the crowds and luckily, we survived their hunger to bring you these photos.
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