Limited Edition Concept T-Shirts by Bony Fiddle

Limited Edition Concept T-Shirts by Bony Fiddle

Get yours today and support indie film!

Help us test new designs and pick up some cool shirts while you’re at it all while supporting the indie film community.  We’re always looking for new things to offer and we figured the best way to find out what you want is to just ask.

Here’s your chance to let us know – check it out!  (*BF Fabrily store is closed)

Limited Edition Concept T-Shirts – available now! And while you’re looking good, know that you’re supporting the indie film community with your t-shirt purchase. so it’s guilt-free! We have a lot of productions coming up that we’ll be lending our hands to and you can help make those happen.

You can’t get these in stores

these are Bony Fiddle originals

Each one of these Limited Edition Concept T-Shirts is designed by our own Blair Mueller and Sam Willison for your amusement and wearing pleasure.


Campaigns are running 10 days only per design, so don’t delay. Popular designs will be re-run for anyone who’s interested and may have missed the first run.

*****Visit the T-Shirt order form to choose your size*****

We’re working on a variety of new shirt designs in several of our (and your) favourite themes like zombies and vampires. Check back often for the latest designs to come off the Bony Fiddle drawing board.

Head on over to the Bony Fiddle t-shirt campaigns with our friends at Fabrily (*BF Fabrily store is closed) and don’t miss your chance to pick yourself up one of our limited edition concept t-shirts today!

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Zombie Head Casting Day – and Freddy Krueger attack?

by JD Stanley

Zombie head casting was everything we could wish for – long, messy, productive, and fun!
2015 March 29 - Zombie plaster cast party8
Our SFX masters Sean George and Eden Kontrimas accompanied four of our “horde” zombies with Blair and Samantha for a day of mold making and casting. At the Toronto School for Professional Make-up where Sean is a teacher by day, we had the luxury of the entire FX department for the whole 7 hours it took to create these beauties.
Volunteering their faces to the zombie cause were Mandi Sunshine, Richard Chuang, Lex Darian and Justine Cargo.  And Blair couldn’t let the day go by without getting a cast of himself done – for future posterity.

These casts are destined for the highest tier of ZomBFX full face prosthetics for our Ripe ‘n Rotten zombies.  We’re even considering selling them online if we can swing that. Everyone wants to look as good as these guys after Sean gets done with their zombie FX, so why not share the love?
In the course of mixing and pouring and generally making a mess, someone thought to read the instructions on the Alja-Safe (alginate or Alginic acid used to make temporary molds needed on body parts when making life casts).  The instructions say “must wear gloves”. And we were smearing this all over everyone’s faces.  Concerning?  Well, it’s called “Alja-Safe” not “Alja-Cancer“, after all, so pretty sure no one will suffer any adverse effects.

Blair and his idol Freddy at zombie head casting day

Blair and Freddy – a dream come true!

When any part of the Bony Fiddle crew get together, it never fails that some hilarity will ensue.  At one point, when Samantha was working to film a little blurb with Mandi, she was “attacked” by Freddy Krueger and couldn’t get loose.
Not to worry, she’s safe and her sweater just got caught on one of the claws of a life size (and very realistic) statue of Freddy.  Blair’s Freddy obsession was in overdrive as you can imagine.
Near-done zombie cast heads

Almost done – waiting on finishing touches

Each mold made separately, Sean and Eden went through a cycle of hair covering, applying Vaseline, smearing Alja-Safe all over each victim, er, volunteer’s heads and wrapping with plaster bandages. Once set and removed, they moved on to the second step of the life casts which involved coating the insides of each temporary cast with cement and burlap for strength. A short time later, the temporary molds were torn off, leaving the finished zombie head casts.
7 hours and lots of clean-up later, we had 5 perfect head casts.  They’ve now joined the ranks of recently created Bony Fiddle skulls in Blair’s workshop.  Destined for zombie fame, we plan to get lots of use out of them and you’ll see them in action the next time you order some Ripe ‘n Rotten zombies for your event or shoot.

At the Toronto Zombie Walk and Halloween Parade

by JD Stanley

It was the day of the undead at the Toronto Zombie Walk and Halloween Parade.

Bony Fiddle krewe as the Addams Family just prior to the start of the Toronto Zombie Walk and Halloween Parade

Bony Fiddle krewe as the Addams Family just prior to the start of the Toronto Zombie Walk and Halloween Parade

This year, Bony Fiddle had the privilege of being a featured krewe in the Toronto Zombie Walk and Halloween Parade and it was a dream come true. Everyone dressed in costume and surrounded by hundreds of zombies…? What?

We live for this stuff!

2014 Zombie walk - Eden and Blair

Eden Kontrimas makes up Blair

The day began early with a make-up and costume pre-parade scramble. Big thanks to one of our Bony Fiddle FX make-up artists, Eden Kontrimas.  Took stamina to power through the assembly line of krewe who needed making-up.
By the time we were ready to go, Blair’s apartment was trashed, but we looked awesome, so it was all good!
2014 Zombie walk - pre-parade Sam practicing her costume face

Sam practising her costume face

This was the biggest Zombie Walk and Halloween Parade in Toronto to date with more than ten thousand undead and supporters in attendance.  Truly a testament to the organisational powers of The Toronto Zombie Walk Board of Directors – we love you Thea and your undead gang!  We had the pleasure of creating a loose relationship with the Toronto Zombie Walk group this year and very much look forward to continued development of that relationship.
We’d drag our corpses anywhere for them.
2014 Oct 25 - Justine Cargo and Monte Shen as Morticia and Gomez Addams

Justine Cargo and Monte Shen as Morticia and Gomez Addams

The day’s events began around 11am with the opening of the Zombie Market and Nerf Zombie Strike Midway at Nathan Phillips Square. The parade launched at 3pm from the float holding area just behind City Hall.  Funniest moment while we were waiting to go out?  That would be Morticia (Justine Cargo) breaking into spontaneous twerking on the street.  Oh, it happened – we have photographic evidence.
The krewes along with our own were released one-by-one with a pack of zombies between us.  We rounded the first corner of the route to cheers and cameras while the zombie wrangles ran around us with brains on sticks to keep the undead under control.  We made our way out to University Ave, around the corner onto College and then straight on down Yonge Street.
Hitting Yonge Street was surreal.  We thought we’d seen a lot of people until we got around the corner.  Spectators were elbow-to-elbow and about ten or fifteen people deep or more in some spots.  Camera flashes were going off in every direction.  What a rush!
Highlight of the day? What seemed like thousands of people packed onto both sides of Yonge Street spontaneously breaking in the theme song from the Addams Family as our Bony Fiddle crew walked by. Nothing finer than a Saturday afternoon when thousands of people all snap their fingers and sing in unison in response to something we did.  No complaints there.
Thank you Toronto and thank you Toronto Zombie Walk and Halloween Parade.  We’ll see you next year!
Oct 25, 2014 - Bony Fiddle Addams Family, full crew, pre-parade

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