By WMK ART, Aug 20 2014 12:30PM

Dead Crossroads: The Forbidden Files FIRST LOOK! Director Fabien Delage will show, for the first time ever, original, raw and unedited footage from DC 2 first episode at the Rue Morgue Festival of Fear - National Horror Expo in Toronto! Get your sneak peek this month at Fan Expo!

Don't miss his panel HAUNTED PLACES, FORBIDDEN SPACES


European reknown ghost hunter, FABIEN DELAGE talks about the different kinds of ghost activities and will show how to use ghost hunter equipment. Fabien will also play 3 episodes from Season 1 and a video report filmed in the most haunted house in France. He will talk about his French TV show DEAD CROSSROADS with an exclusive sneak peek at Season 2 along with sneak peek at his new Haunted


Photography book: THESE BONES SHALL RISE.

The book and limited polaroïd prints from the exhibition will be available for sale at the panel!

More info here!



By WMK ART, Jun 27 2014 04:34PM

BirdBox presents a haunted photography book, These Bones Shall Rise. Awarded French artist Fabien Delage, known for his work in horror-movie art, has put together a collection of his most disturbing, strange, and haunting photographs. Each picture hide something evil, something odd and dangerous. Weird people, haunted locations, esoteric objects, spirits, paranormal happenings, watch out, these pictures from another age are going to put you ill-at-ease. If you like Art and Supernatural Photography, this book is the ultimate reference. Using polaroids, old folding Kodak cameras and digital photography, Delage stands out as the contemporary photographer of the occult. These Bones Shall Rise is undoubtedly the most accomplished book on the subject.

This disturbing, mysterious and fascinating publication will give you nightmares. A major book for Horror fans.

Foreword by Rue Morgue's editor-in-chief Dave Alexander. Texts by Fabien Delage (in English & French).


Purchase limited Paperback and Hardcover editions on Amazon! Get the book on your mobile devices with Blurb!


Be sure to visit Unleashevil to learn everything about the book!

By WMK ART, Jun 27 2014 04:21PM

Beware the ghosts! While Dead Crossroads Season 2 is in full development, a first promo poster appeared on the Internet! He staged urban explorer Aurore Siza in front of one of the most beautiful abandoned castles in the world. Aurore Siza will be accompanied by Geoffrey Blandin, a professional cameraman for 12 new episodes more terrifying than ever. Geoffrey Blandin, editor of Season 1 and actor in Fabien Delage's short film The Wild Diaries (awarded at Buffalo International Fantastic Film Festival in 2013), will end behind the camera under the direction of Fabien Delage for a new captivating.

Fabien Delage: "It was necessary to develop the plot by adding a third person to the team. Geoffrey is used to gruelling shootings, it was essential to have him in Season 2. We needed someone that could handle shooting in hostile environments. "

If the team of ghost hunters changes for the new season, the concept does not change. 3 explorers spend a day and a night in the most haunted places in France. FrightHouse Pictures and director Fabien Delage announce a great season in terms of locations and action.

Fabien Delage

"We have received many emails from fans who wanted more apparitions, ghosts and more action for Season 2. So we found a fair compromise between exploration, narrated stories and paranormal events occuring at night. Dead Crossroads is above all visual and entertaining, we do not try to position ourselves in the documentary or reportage genre. This show is somewhere between reality and fiction. And this accepted "fiction" will be quite important in season 2, which I am sure will freak out the viewers. I am a big fan of the Found Footage sub genre and the series will evolve in this direction."

Dead Crossroads Season 2 we will travel through scary and beautiful ruins. Program: castles, country houses, schools and other orphanages. "Dead Crossroads: the forbidden files" come out in December 2014 and one thing is certain, season 2 promises a unique experience of fear, a frightening immersion, aesthetically pleasing and intense that will remind you how good it is to stay home by the fire ...


Follow the news of the series on Facebook - Dead Crossroads


Be sure to like Fright House Pictures on Facebook and to visit the website for the latest news!

By WMK ART, Jun 26 2014 03:24PM

Hey horror fans, are you ready for a new haunted house insane experiment? Fabien Delage, well known for his work in horror movie art is contributing to Heretic, the sickest haunted attraction you will ever experience! Coming to LA this fall! The first WMK artwork is online!

You wait in a room with a complete stranger for 5 minutes then a frantic woman comes in the room and begs for you to help her. She's looking for someone to help her retrieve her sick daughter in the building. It is a holding cell, a torture palace started by a psychotic priest that believes he can cure the hostages he has of being possessed by the devil. The thing is everyone in that building is sick beyond sick and as the woman relays her story to you...she sends you and a partner into this damned snake pit. Welcome to HERETIC HELL.

Join Heretic on Facebook!


By WMK ART, Feb 25 2014 05:00AM

From March 1st to April 1st, buy one font and get 2 fonts of your choice for free! "Holy font! Are you serious?"

Yes, I'm dead serious. When you purchase a font license on this website, just specify the 2 other fonts you want in a paypal message or just write me at fabien.delage@wmkart.com . It is springtime, let's get 3 fonts for the price of one!

It works on FontBox Pro and FontBox Individual... Start shopping now!


By WMK ART, Dec 1 2013 05:00AM

It's cold outside, Christmas is coming. But not for everybody. Hustlin around the subway. Young and don't care no way.

LA Street Kids is the last WMK font of 2013, and it's out.

A new "washed out" alphabet + 26 clean letters! Learn more about LA Street Kids and download it now.

Its kinda funny how sh*t just change by the snap of a finger this world will never be the same.

Tryna live by the moment cause I ain’t tryna feel no pain. Smokin’ all these blunts steady hopin that it all goes away.So frustrated and I just don’t know what to do. Meetin with the homies and skippin out on school

Slangin that dro tryna make ends due.

- Anonymous youth

Hustlin around the subway.

Young and don't care no way.


By WMK ART, Oct 26 2013 04:00AM

Hold your breath, it is street time! This Is My town is back! 36 new ways to improve your design skills! Grab your backpack and your spary cans, climb the fence, you own the streets, you own the night.

Celebrate This Is My Town 3 with a special offer! Purchase the license of This Is My Town 3 and get the This Is My Town trilogy pack! FontBox Pro or FontBox Individual, whatever! From Nov. 15th 2013 to Jan. 15th 2014, buy This Is My Town 3 and get This Is My Town 1 & 2 for free! Start playing with120 street art vectors... Totally fuckin' rad!

Free for personal use.

See THIS IS MY TOWN 3

Download it on dafont.com


By WMK ART, Oct 26 2013 04:00AM

The dispute between graphic designer WMK and the British Government is now over.

The Home Office was in trouble following accusations that the type-face used on their recent anti-illegal immigration van campaign, was subject to a copyright law for commercial use.

French type-face designer, Fabien Delage, alleged that the Home Office used his type-face design, known as ‘Plane Crash’, without his permission, without paying him and without requesting a licence to use it.

The Home Office campaign caused widespread controversy as vans daubing the slogan, ‘In the UK Illegally? Go Home or Face Arrest’, were driven around Central London in an attempt to intimidate illegal immigrants into leaving Britain.

Delage and the Home Office, after bargaining, reached a satisfactory agreement.


By WMK ART, Sep 30 2013 04:00AM


One last chance to see Fabien Delage's solo exhibition at Metropolis Factory - Toronto! The Haunted Photography exhibition ends on Sunday September 29th!

Next step: These Bones Shall Rise: the book.


By WMK ART, Sep 14 2013 07:49PM

A French type designer has accused the UK Home Office of using his typeface without permission on its recent anti-illegal immigration van campaign.

The controversial campaign saw vans drive through London last month bearing the slogan ‘In the UK Illegally? Go Home or Face Arrest’.


Designer Fabien Delage claims the Home Office has used his Plane Crash typeface for the campaign, without paying him or requesting a licence.


He says the ‘Go Home or Face Arrest’ wording is rendered in the Plane Crash font.


Delage says, ‘I found out that the Home Office was using my font thanks to British graphic designer James Jessiman, who told me he recognised the typeface printed two-feet high on vans.’


Plane Crash is available on the dafont website and can be downloaded for free, but it cannot be used for commercial purposes without a paid-for licence, which Delage would have to approve.


Delage says, ‘My fonts are free for personal use only, if you want to use them for work you have to purchase the licence on my website.’


He adds, ‘I create typefaces and that’s how I earn my living. I have absolutely no way to control who’s using my fonts except for freelance artists that play the game, buy the licence online and get a licence agreement from me.’


Delage says he has contacted the Home Office but that they have failed to respond. He says, ‘My partners and customers now suspect I might have been involved in this campaign which, let me tell you, has been quite unpopular abroad.’


The Home Office says the campaign was produced in-house. The department says, ‘We are seeking to contact the copyright owner in relation to the use of the font. It would not be appropriate to comment further at this stage.’


Source: Design Week


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