Frankenstein’s Monster to Help Charity in Monster Charity Project 2017


Beauty can often emerge from the ugliest of things and situations. Frankenstein’s monster is certainly not in possession of glamour poster looks, but the idea of him being given a make-over in the name of charity seems like a lovely idea. As part of the Monster Charity Project 2017, ol’ bolt-neck is being customised by 25 of the UK’s top prop-making, sculpting and VFX make-up artists, each having been given a bust with which to work their magic. The end results are set to be auctioned off at the end of October, with 100% of the proceeds being donated to Make-A-Wish UK, a charity that grants wishes to seriously ill children.


The completed busts will start to be revealed on social media from May and will also appear at a number of conventions such as Horror Con UK and Creaturegeddon, so that the public can see them in a non-digital form. Last year’s project raised £28,000 by creating modified Star Wars helmets, so fingers crossed that this year’s can do even better. Click the link below to head to the Monster Charity Project’s Facebook page, to keep up with what is going on and to witness the busts as they are revealed.

Source: Monster Charity Project
GS Blogger: Casey Douglass

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