Weird Whitstable was first presented as an exhibition at The Horsebridge Arts and Community Centre in Whitstable, Kent in 2013.

The exhibition was covered by The Fortean Times, Whitstable Times and The Kent Messenger.

Since then, Crabzilla has gained world-wide fame! Being featured on the BBC’s Have I Got News For You (Series 48, episode 3 with Frank Skinner), The Sunday Express, the cover of The Daily Star, Huffington Post, as well as worldwide news reports in New York, Australia, and Germany. It was even featured on Japan’s popular Morning Bird TV show!

Viral Crabzilla!

In the summer of 2019, Weird Whitstable was honoured to be the face of the famous Whitstable Oyster Festival, featured on posters and merchandise around the town. A new piece was created featuring the magical Oyster Grotter Fairies, and a map of the town was included as part of the festival programme.

Celebrate your passion for Weird Whitstable by ordering A3 prints!

A3 prints are available at £20 each (UK p&p £7 per 5 ordered). Pay easily with PayPal.

Other special sizes can be ordered, please get in touch about your requirements and I’ll see what I can do. For overseas orders, please email me for p&p info.

Some of the prints are now available as T-shirts from Red Bubble, HERE.

Thanks for visiting,


Much has been said about Weird Whitstable, but theres always more:

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All images and text © Quinton Winter 2019