ScreamDimension

Hand made horror props and masks.

Kaslo, British Columbia

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Announcement    The shop is now finally open after the big move from Alberta to BC. There is still tons of things that need to be done, but slowly I will begin adding new horrors to the shop as I settle in and build up the new rot shop. Thank you for your patience.

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Last updated on 02 Feb, 2021

The shop is now finally open after the big move from Alberta to BC. There is still tons of things that need to be done, but slowly I will begin adding new horrors to the shop as I settle in and build up the new rot shop. Thank you for your patience.

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About ScreamDimension

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A passion for Halloween and haunting.

Halloween, graveyards, and ghosts. This has always been a part of my life as far as I can remember. As a child I used to draw skeletons, then as I grew the graveyards with creepy tombstone pictures began appearing.

For several years I had put my love for Halloween to the side with the thoughts that I'm too old for such things. The fire grew stronger and more intense and a move to a new town opened the door. The spirit of Halloween came once again into my life. It was several weeks before Halloween and the fall season was alive with colors, smells and emotions typical of that time. It was like a dimension opened. A dimension where possibilities occur and manifest and a scream is let out to release the energies of creation that have been locked for way to long. And so started the Scream Dimension.

My first props were simple and static. I began experimenting with different media getting better and more realistic results. The element of air was put into the equation to produce movable props and the screams intensified along with laughter. This fueled further creation and took me to the dimension of volunteering my haunted graveyard house display at the Atlas Coal Mine close to Drumheller, Alberta. An actual mine with historic buildings and a rare standing tipple. Just before Halloween the mine opens at dusk and fills the buildings with the most horrific atmosphere. Here I was able to really focus my energy and create large open scenes due to the size of the building. The only problem was time to set up. With the help of my wife, we had only a long weekend to assemble, light and air up all the props and scenes. It was worth it. The scream dimension was alive and well.

The need for masks has arrived and a more creepy twist for the props as I have been able to help with the Pirate Day event in beautiful Kaslo, British Columbia. This event is growing to hopefully one day be a full haunt attraction and my props are being used aboard the SS Moyie.

Over the years I have experimented with many techniques and materials. I like to use molds and combine elements of expanding foam with paper mache. Recently with the development of mask making, a need for very high detail was achieved by using what I call acrylic mache. A layering process builds the mask in a mold making it flexible yet sturdy and light weight.

My passion for Halloween and prop making is only beginning and I hope to pass the scream dimension on to as many people as possible through my works and artistry. You can see more of my work on Pinterest, Facebook and on screamdimension.com.

New for 2017. Scream Dimension was invited to set up a haunted attraction in The Langham Cultural Centre for Halloween. It was a raging success and next year looks to be even better. This means more creepy ideas are about to be created leading to some strange and twisted props.

2020 was the year Scream Dimension packed up the shop and headed for the hills to Kaslo, British Columbia. Now close to the hauntings on the SS Moyie and the Langham, a new dimension in haunting can finally materialize.

Keep the scream alive with whatever you do.

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  • Mark Krivy

    Owner

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