Detroit Nov. 13th
- Have you ever wanted a truly one-of-a-kind Jason Voorhees piece of artwork? Now you can own a custom made Jason mask and in the same instance help those in need during the Christmas
TV Store Online, a Michigan based pop culture, film, and television t-shirt
and costume website has teamed up with actors from the Friday The 13th
film franchise as well as artists from the SyFy Channel's hit television series Face Off,
for a Jason Voorhees inspired charity fundraiser. Now you can own one of these custom Jason masks by participating in TV Store Online.com charity fundraiser on Ebay.
For the next six days, the designs of Friday The 13th actors Ari Lehman and David Katims as well as those done by SyFy's Face Off Roy Wooley, Derek Garcia, Tommy Pietch and Tom Devlin has been put up for auction on Ebay. All proceeds from the auction will go directly to Toys For Tots to help children in need.
Artists participating in the Jason mask charity fundraiser were sent blank Jason Voorhees hockey masks by TV Store Online.com and asked to produce a custom one-of-a-kind Jason hockey mask by painting, sculpting, deconstructing, or mashing up the iconic horror movie symbol to produce a very unique piece of monsterabilia.
Other artists involved in the TV Store Online charity Ebay fundraiser include: HorrorHound Magazine cover artists: Joel Robinson, Lydia Burris and Nate Milliner. Joel Robinson has dedicated his design to the late Richard Booker, an actor and stuntman who donned the Jason Hockey Mask in Friday The 13th Part 2 (1981), who passed away early in 2013.
The Ebay auction runs just six days, so hurry and bid for your chance to own a truly original Jason Voorhees piece of Friday The 13th art.
Bid Now On Ebay On These Amazing Designs:
David Katims 1
David Katims 2