Wednesday, October 31, 2012

John Dunivant Margot The Maggot Girl Print On Sale Today

"Margot The Maggot Girl came together in 2007 from sketching up of a few different characters. I was thinking about the baby mutants in jars that old carnies used to display, a lot of the old fetuses that didn't make it. They would have all these weird little mutations sometimes two heads, or no body, some with some seal-like flippers, all these different things. I was talking with one of the troops that we work with, and they would come up with these different names of combination of part animal parts humans, so I was thinking in that world. I thought how all these different babies would live and Margot became one of them. She doesn't quite age. she still has the body of this little girl, but in maggot form. She can't quite grow past that age, so she has this bit of melancholy about her. She used to hang in the arcade down at the original Theatre Bizarre grounds and this last year at the Masonic Temple she's been hanging around the Theatre Bizarre stage. " - John Dunivant

1xRUN are more than excited to present the third canvas print from Theatre Bizarre architect and 1xRUN regular John Dunivant. Their latest banner ushers in Halloween as Margot The Maggot Girl John Dunivant continues to take 1xRUN collectors into the world of Theatre Bizarre with looks at old characters, classics re-imagined and much more.

The Maggot Girl is 12 x 13 Inches Archival Pigment Print on Stretched Canvas with a signed and numbered edition of 150

On sale today at NOON EDT at


  1. Where can I buy a print of margo the maggot girl?

    1. Well if you notice, follow the link to 1xRUN. It is sold out but you might try emailing them to see if they have any and be sure to tell them Inside the Rock Poster sent you