The Wolf-Tiki and Krampus-Tiki can be seen at Dark Delicacies in Burbank, CA.  Both pieces are for sale.


Kenneth J. Hall was one of fifty artists participating in Creature Features' tribute to one of the biggest mon-stars of all time - King Kong!  His latest (and largest) piece also was displayed at Monsterpalooza 2017.  It was recently sold at Dark Delicacies.  More Tiki-Monsters will soon be available for sale at this store or can be purchased here by contacting the artist

Kenneth J. Hall unveiled his latest piece, "Tiki from the Black Lagoon," at the Tiki Oasis 2016 art show.   You can purchase the first edition of this here.

NEW!  12 x 18 high-quality photo prints of each of the four Tiki-Monsters - IT CONQUERED THE WORLD, IT, THE TERROR FROM BEYOND SPACE, INVASION OF THE SAUCER MEN, THE SHE CREATURE - that made up "The Blaisdell Totem."  The images have been digitally enhanced by the artist and each print is signed.  They can be purchased individually or as a set.  SHOP NOW!

Christmas in June?  Well, sort of.  "The Legend of Krampus" group art show will be at at The Hive Gallery and Studios, 729 S Spring St, Los Angeles, California 90014,  June 4 through July 3.  Curator Elizabeth Rowin asked many artists to display their works there, including Kenneth J. Hall with his Krampus-Tiki. 

Two new Tiki-Monsters were unveiled at Monsterpalooza 2016, an annual celebration of classic monsters and makeup effects. Kenneth J. Hall's industry colleagues - who have been producing state-of-the-art movie creatures for decades - and genre fans alike were delighted to see his unique blend of the two art forms on display in the event's museum.


For information about purchasing these pieces, please contact the artist here.

The latest creation - Krampus-Tiki - was unveiled at the Tonga Hut in North Hollywood at it's Tiki Wonderland event.  By popular vote, it won "Beast in Snow." 


In addition to the art show, there were vendors, food, and High Tide was performing live inside.


For information about purchasing this piece, please contact the artist here.

Kenneth J. Hall's Tiki-Monster art debut is chronicled in the Fall 2015 issue of Tiki Magazine and More.

'Creature Features presents Atomic Tiki Terrors'
by Eric October

“Kenneth J. Hall’s foam and epoxy Blaisdell Totem towered above the crowd in a Tiki tribute to the movie magic maestro.”