Custom zombie portraits

Rob Sacchetto,

I'm a zombie artist. I'm an illustrator and I have now likely illustrated more zombies than anyone else on earth. My project, which has been running for over 1200 consecutive days, involves me posting a new piece of original zombie artwork every single day. Add to that my custom illustrated portrait service and have illustrated, created and published close to 5000 original works of zombie art.

I've written and illustrated two books on zombies, been featured in documentaries and numerous magazines. I have created thousands of custom zombie portraits for people from all walks of life including noted horror icons George Romero, Tom Savini as well as 'The Zombie Survival Guide' and 'World War Z' author Max Brooks.

I have now redesigned and relaunched my Zombie Portraits service and I am again accepting custom portrait requests and zombie artwork commissions. I am trying to get the word out - I like to eat and have nice things.

Persons interested in commissioning a custom zombie portrait for themselves, as a unique gift for a loved one or as a one-of-a-kind wedding present can simply email their reference photo to for a free estimate.

Zombie Portraits (Thanks, Rob!)



  1. Rob, You did a custom zombie portrait of my teenage sons for Christmas about 4 years ago. I can’t even begin to tell you how great they turned out! Needless to say, it was something they didn’t have. It’s still the first thing they show their friends. In the next few years we will be having weddings and new daughter-in-laws. At that time we plan on a full family zombie portrait. Take care of your hands my man. There are quite a few of us!
    Andrea- Texas

      1. The idea is good, but the execution is poor. I am illustrator myself, and I see myriads of mistakes here. Teeth are all wrong, for example. Trained eye see this, average people don’t. But it disgusts. It’s like, you know, someone showing you his homeprint book, and you see his horrible choice of font (eg Comic Sans) and typography is all wrong, but everybody else see nothing wrong.

        1.  Wow, tell ya what anonymous “illustrator”, let ME critique YOUR awesome, brilliant, well known drawings and we’ll see what I come up with. It’s like, you know, someone saying someone’s art sucks but never having to be called on their own art because they hide behind a facade. Gee, it’s a good thing thousands of people, publishers, musicians, and celebrities, and other artist friends of mine who are also wildly successful, don’t have your amazing “trained eye” or I’m sure they would see me for the fraud that I am, Whew!

          1. I’m glad for you, that you have appreciation, we all need it. But every artist also needs to develop, to grow. I believe you will master your skills further. And, maybe, in five years or less you will be able to see your nowadays anatomical mistakes. Sorry, if I insulted you.


  3. There’s something culturally creepy about our zombie mania. George Romero has much to answer for.

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