Cake Blissken

Cake Blissken AKA: James Rheem Davis is a part-time Graphic Designer (, Film, Music and TV lover, holder of useless information, Condom user and Defender of the Night.

Cake Blissken: Escape from New York ComicCon 2017

Escape from New York ComicCon 2017 Pow! Blam!! Kaboom!!! Splooogge!!!! Yes, people…It’s the sounds you didn’t hear coming from inside of my tiny juvenile brain (or was it my pants?) as I attended my second ever ComicCon at the Javits Convention Center in New York City (No salsa here). Hero Complex Gallery or Galaxy depending […]Read More

Spoke Art: MiDNiTES FOR MANiACS 35mm Double Bill. Art by

Spoke Art and MiDNiTES FOR MANiACS presented a 35mm screening on Friday, August 25, 2017  of TAXi DRiVER (1976) – Restored 35mm Print Transcendental stylist/screenwriter Paul Schrader concocted this blood soaked, neo-noir giving director Martin Scorsese the Palm d’Or at the 1976 Cannes Film Festival. Robert De Niro’s defining loner performance as Travis Bickle, an […]Read More

Cake Blissken hangs out at Mad Monster Party

It’s Friday May 19th, 2017 at approximately 6:16 PM …Do you know where your children are? If they were die-hard horror fans and lived near Scottsdale, Arizona…It’s a good possibility they ended up at the opening night of the Mad Monster Party: Arizona!!! The show was held at the We-Ko-Pa Resort AKA: Fort McDowell Hotel […]Read More

Cake Blissken: Escape from New York ComicCon

Escape from New York ComicCon By Cake Blissken Soooo….I finally attended my first ever ComicCon in New York. I know, I know…what was I waiting for? I was fortunate enough to be asked to participate as a guest artist for the Hero Complex Gallery booth. HCG is an art gallery based in Los Angeles that […]Read More

Spending Father’s Day with John Carpenter

[one_fourth last=”no”]…[/one_fourth] Nerds, geeks, fanboys, weirdos, stoners, thrill seekers, flippers and yes, even strippers were all present at the June 19 Father’s Day concert spectacular featuring the one and only legendary filmmaker, musician and horror icon John Carpenter. No, despite what you may have heard…he’s not dead! John has been on tour promoting and playing […]Read More