Our workshop can design and create custom haunt props for your haunted house or attraction. Here are some examples of our work. Please contact BJ Winslow at firstname.lastname@example.org or (818) 771-0818 to discuss any custom projects.
Our workshop can design custom oddities for your attraction, production or personal collection. We have worked with theme parks, sideshows, TV shows and more clients. Please contact BJ Winslow at email@example.com or call him at (818) 771-0818 to discuss any custom projects.
The Dapper Cadaver workshop can help create custom fake body parts for your project. Our services include:
- Wound Matching & Gore FX
- Character / Actor Matching
- Beards and Wigs
- Burn & Frozen FX
- Decayed & Mummified FX
- Tattoos & Marks
- Custom Design
Please contact BJ Winslow at firstname.lastname@example.org or (818) 771-0818 to discuss any custom projects.
At Dapper Cadaver, our workshop can build custom body props and stunt dummies to meet your needs. We can add any of the following to our standard prop body models:
- Hanging Armature
- Poseable Armature
- Character or Actor Matching
- Wound Matching
- Beards and Wigs
- Tattoos and Marks
Dapper Cadaver offers a wide range of custom tombstone services for clients, including tombstone matching, custom engraving and more. Here are some examples of our work.
On Friday the 13th, wonder at the cabinets of curiosities and Wunderkammer-inspired art by top artists on display at LA’s best horror prop house Dapper Cadaver. Tour Dapper Cadaver’s new expanded facilities and celebrate the launch of their collection of natural history-inspired props: Creatures & Cultures. Immortalize the moment with friends and your favorite oddity in the photobooth or just snap a selfie with a skeleton. Free shot glass with purchase over $10. Beer & wine bar by Bar One Catering. Delicious delicacies by Portos Bakery. Tunes by Jack Strauss of MYTH Masque. Victorian dress is encouraged but not required. Free admission.
Participating Artists Include:
Auriana Lynn Borealis
The Wunderkammer art and cabinets of curiosities will remain on display through March 13th.