Marcel Dzama, ‘The Dracula EP ’, 2005, The Modern Archive
Marcel Dzama, ‘The Dracula EP ’, 2005, The Modern Archive
Marcel Dzama, ‘The Dracula EP ’, 2005, The Modern Archive
Marcel Dzama, ‘The Dracula EP ’, 2005, The Modern Archive

Music and artwork copyright 2005 Marcel Dzama. Opened but never played. Good condition. Eight songs included, four on each side.
Marcel Dzama is an inter-disciplinary artist, best known for his drawings in muted tones depicting figures, cowboys, ghosts, and animals both comic and surreal. He is also known for his dioramas, puppets, films, and music including collaborations on music videos for Arcade Fire's short film "The Suburbs" and the Department of Eagles video, "No One Does It Like You". He has collaborated with progressive rock artists, They Might Be Giants, and provided the cover art for an album cover for Beck.

Marcel Dzama

About Marcel Dzama

Often compared to outsider artist Henry Darger, Marcel Dzama’s small ink and watercolor drawings of hybrid characters, like humans with antlers or trees with hands, resemble story illustrations. Interspersed with a range of references including Surrealist film, Dadaism and Soviet-era agitprop, his work more often recalls folk and craft storytelling traditions, showing that simple narrative can be an intricate, compelling contemporary art-making strategy. Dzama also works in sculpture and video and has experimented with puppetry and costumes. His work has been used on the covers of a number of music albums for bands such as They Might Be Giants, Beck, and The Weakerthans; and his costume designs have been seen in music videos, including the video for the Bob Dylan’s When the Deal Goes Down.

Canadian, b. 1974, Winnipeg, Canada, based in Brooklyn, New York