Sam Wolfe Connelly’s Twitter says “I rob graves and draw the treasure I find” — and that may be the very best description of his fantastically macabre illustrations. Each has a dark and blurred atmosphere to its execution, a foggy essence that like a good storybook, only reveals its hidden secrets upon closer inspection. Connelly’s subjects are ghosts, death, eerie creatures, the unknown: all rendered in his highly polished graphite to digital style. [Read more...]
With a taste for the macabre and as if channeling a more colorful version of the deceased Edward Gorey, Daniel Danger illustrates dark dreamy moonlit nights. A screen printer from New England, Danger’s art has been used by many notable bands such as Modest Mouse, The Decemberists, The Pogues, Built to Spill, Fall Out Boy, Silver Jews, and Nada Surf. [Read more...]
Creating painterly faces with piercing eyes and gaping mouths is the passion of artist and programmer Kevin, aka flikr on flickr. Using Vexler, one of many programs he created himself, Kevin has created a large, macabre body of work. For more on his free and artistic programs check out kelbv.com, or for more of his work, see his art on flickr.