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Danny Miller
Carrboro, North Carolina
Danny Miller was born in raised in North Carolina, in a non-haunted house without a shortcut to hell in the basement. His neighbors (probably) weren’t devil worshippers. His hometown wasn’t plagued by zombie hordes or mutant-making radioactive waste. He never saw big-toothed monsters squash hapless pedestrians on the city streets. And most disappointingly, nearby bodies of water could not be accurately described as “shark infested.”

And yet, despite having never been possessed by a demon or kidnapped by vampires, Danny made it through childhood with a hunger for the strange and gruesome, for b-movie monsters and massive, man-eating Great White Sharks. He references horror movie and comic book imagery in his art, celebrates his birthday with an annual “JawsFest” and has a better plan than most for fending off zombies.

Danny’s worked as a screen printer of posters and t-shirts for the last few years. His prints have been seen everywhere from bulletin boards (advertising movie nights and rock shows) to art galleries. He is very excited about being part of 20 Eyes Collective.
Danny Miller was born in raised in North Carolina, in a non-haunted house without a shortcut to hell in the basement. His neighbors (probably) weren’t devil worshippers. His hometown wasn’t plagued by zombie hordes or mutant-making radioactive waste. He never saw big-toothed monsters squash hapless pedestrians on the city streets. And most disappointingly, nearby bodies of water could not be accurately described as “shark infested.”

And yet, despite having never been possessed by a demon or kidnapped by vampires, Danny made it through childhood with a hunger for the strange and gruesome, for b-movie monsters and massive, man-eating Great White Sharks. He references horror movie and comic book imagery in his art, celebrates his birthday with an annual “JawsFest” and has a better plan than most for fending off zombies.

Danny’s worked as a screen printer of posters and t-shirts for the last few years. His prints have been seen everywhere from bulletin boards (advertising movie nights and rock shows) to art galleries. He is very excited about being part of 20 Eyes Collective.
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