Company founder Leo Wieser has been making blood ever since he was a child wreaking havoc at home by putting his bloody concoctions in the fridge to freak out his parents. Since Bleeding Art was formed over ten years ago the company has been perfecting the recipes he started as a child for stage, screen, simulations, the medical field, and for independent artists. We’ve been actively working in the film industry for twenty years and in theatre before that so we’ve tried everything on the market and know what works and doesn’t work on set or stage. Our work – whether it’s the products we make or the services we provide – is intended to be the best on the market. We compete worldwide and we know that the blood we make is one of the highest quality, best fake bloods available. What’s so great about it?
-We use only the best ingredients, and we make our blood with care in small batches. No pink skin with our blood nor corn syrup and chocolate sauce used!
-It is in high demand for its ability to wash out of most materials.
-We never rest on our laurels and are always innovating and tweaking the recipe based on what customers are asking for and creating additional products (like our popular blood jam), and new ones that can be mixed with it (like our slime).
-Made in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
-Our blood is perfect for different departments on a film – make-up, wardrobe, and special effects
Regular: a deeper red than fresh with orange undertones.
Fresh: as a stock blood this product is colour matched to how a real fresh blood (say from a nose bleed or finger cut) would look when soaked into fabric. It has a significant orange component with yellow undertones which is a perfect match to the real thing, but not so much to look garish.
Aged: darker with brown undertones; great for use as blood that’s not fresh.
Mouth: specifically made for shots or live performances in which blood is to be used safely in the mouth. Our mouth blood tastes sweet like candy.