Tuesday, April 26, 2011

2011 Don Post Studios Catalog

It took a day longer to scan and arrange all 62 pages than I planned, but in the end it all came together. For those who weren't able to make it out to Maskfest or Monsterpalooza to see the Don Post booth, here is the full 2011 Don Post Studios catalog for your viewing pleasure. The Don Post 2011 line-up is potentially the most exciting in many years. There's quite literally something for every type of head hunter here from retro throw backs, modern horror fans, gore hounds and movie monster mask collectors.

The catalog is crammed full of licensed characters, I count a whooping 28! Some have been in the Don Post family for years while others such as the Killer Klowns make their Don Post debut. Rather than ramble on,  download the full 62 page catalog in .pdf format and take a look for yourself!

Cover signed by Don Post Jr. at Maskfest 2011
Here's a small sample of the many licensed characters being offered from Don Post Studios this year. The Ghoulies mask featured below takes my vote for best licensed mask in the catalog. Featured here with the Curse of the Swamp Creature mask, it's pages like this that bring a tear of joy to my eye.
Ghoulies Mask and Curse of the Swamp Creature Mask
Classic Don Post Studios "The Mask" and Michael Myers Masks
Don Post Studios Jeepers Creepers Mask
The 2011 line-up features four classic Don Post Studios classic characters on the "Back From the Grave" page!
The Bug Eyed mask is back for another year, and while it was only introduced just a few short years ago,  has become a modern Don Post Studios classic character!
Perhaps the biggest surprise from Don Post Studios in years is the release of a Shock Monster. While produced for decades from Topstone, DP Studios has created their own homage to arguably the most iconic mask in all of mask-dom.
My personal favorite original character in the catalog is this Poker Face mask. I'm also partial to the Undertaker mask below. Here's hoping they looks half as good as the photos in person!


  1. This is WAY cool, Phantom! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Kick-ass! I agree, thanks so much for posting this.

  3. Nice to finally see something from one of my favourite obscure bog bottom fright flicks "Curse of the Swamp Creature", and it is a really nicely designed mask and all, but isn't 'Brenda the Fishman' supposed to be green???