Alessandro Biffignandi's Epic Horror Art - Undead Monday

Posted by Grey Monday, February 20, 2012

This Undead Monday, we take a nostalgic trip to revisit some of the most provocative and alluring pulp art of yesteryears courtesy of pulp art legend Alessandro Biffignandi.

Stumbled upon at the ever-reliable Juxtapoz, we have recently come across some of the most provocative and alluring art from the pulp age circa 50s, 60s and the 70s. Conjured by pulp art legend Alessandro Biffignandi who was born in Rome in 1935, these amazing painted art works are mainly the covers of pulp magazine strip throughout the pulp age.

A genre painter who is well-versed in taking on subject of the adventurous, his work regularly featured dynamic presentation of horror, fantasy, and sci-fi element.

Understandably, the artist's work is mainly NSFW, so thanks to Morbid Dementia, hit the jump to take a sneak peek at some of the artist's more acceptable work. For those who want to check out the artist's earlier explicit work, check out his Facebook for more.

Update: To our horror (pardon the pun), this was a genuine case of mistaken identity that originated from Morbid Dementia and they have actually took down the original page while taking the opportunity to make amends by posting another article highlighting the works of the actual artist that conjured these delightful masterpieces, Emanuele Taglietti.

Like in the case of Morbid Dementia, we were contacted by Taglietti, who pointed out our effort by directing us to his Facebook page. Which in itself is a genuine source of incredible art.

We extend our most sincere apology to both Mr. Emanuele Taglietti and Mr. Alessandro Biffignandi.

We have featured Taglietti's amazing art in a recent article to both make amends and to also pay tribute to his masterful Fumetti work. We will be featuring more of Biffignandi's Fumetti works in a later entry.





Source: Morbid Dementia via Juxtapoz

3 comments
  1. Anonymous Said,

    The first, second, fourth and sixth covers are by Emanuele Taglietti. This can be confirmed by Taglietti's own fan club page on Facebook. Like Biffignandi, Taglietti is one of the masters of 70's Italian pulp.

    Posted on May 25, 2012 at 11:33 AM

     
  2. I am the 'author of the cover that you have mistakenly attributed to Biffignandi.
    Sort by 'top down
    1) Zora with the monster of the lagoon
    2) and Zora sukia
    4) with 3 vampires Zora
    6) Zora with lesbian scene
    you can check on:
    http://www.facebook.com/EmanueleTagliettiFanClub
    I see that already in the month of May there was this error, then pretend you to modify your site as soon as possible
    Regards
    Emanuele Taglietti

    Posted on August 4, 2012 at 6:45 PM

     
  3. Grey Said,

    Mr. Taglietti, on behalf of The Daily Zombies, please accept my unreserved apology. To our horror, this was a genuine case of mistaken identity that originated from Morbid Dementia and they have actually took down the original page. In response to your comment, we have updated this article and apologized to all in both this article and a later entry, http://www.thedailyzombies.com/2012/08/emanuele-tagliettis-epic-fumetti-horror.html.

    Once again, sorry for the inconveniences and confusion caused by the mistake.

    Posted on August 12, 2012 at 6:32 PM

     

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