Vincent Marcone

Vincent Marcone
Vincent Marcone Vincent Marcone

Vincent Marcone is an award winning graphic artist with old world training. His style and vision began with his affection for the 600 year old art of intaglio printmaking. early in his studies, he would scrape and etch and carve his images into zinc plates of all shapes and sizes, then send them through hand turned presses. Through the process of hand wiping the plaes, Marcone forged a deep appreciation to the European masters of the 16th century. This experience and love of an old world aesthetic is what sets him apart from other digital artists.

www.mypetskeleton.com
In: Art

Karl Persson

Karl Persson
Karl Persson Karl Persson

Karl Persson was born in Sweden and has lived in Australia for most of his life. After completing a diploma of visual art in 2003 He began his career as an artist, exhibiting in Australia, America, Germany, and Italy.

He has also been published in numerous books such as, “Hunt and Gather”, and “Metamorphosis”, and magazines such as “Girls and corpses”, “Tattoo Fest”, “Inside Artzine”, “Juxtapoz”, “Virus”, and “fire Mass”.

Perssons’ art can be seen as an exercise in exploring the hidden, yet fundamental elements of the human condition. Erotic themes, and motifs of death, fear, and anxiety often inform Karls’ subjects. He draws much of his influence from dreams and experimentation and paints what he considers to be honest projections of the subconscious mind, without bias towards what may been seen as beautiful.

www.facebook.com/karlperssonartist
In: Art

Slasher Design

Slasher Design
Slasher Design Slasher Design

Slasher Design specializes in custom artwork for media, entertainment, music and print. This site showcases previous client designs and new creations available for sale.

Our high-quality merchandise designs include Album covers/layouts, Movie posters, T-shirts, Hoodies, Book Covers, Business Cards, Logo design and more.We are not your typical "slap some clip art and a lame font on a shirt and call it done" design company. Endless amount of attention and detail is put into the designs. The designs contain emotion and/or message the client/band is trying to portray, and often tell a story all on there own, thus making them some of the BEST in the industry.

slasherdesign.blogspot.com
In: Apparel, Art

Miss Monster

Miss Monster
Miss Monster Miss Monster

The Art of Melita Curphy.

Recently, my work has focused more on creating original handmade dolls though my first doll was created back in 2002. I have explored all sorts of art mediums and avenues over the last 11 years, all of those skills have culminated into my doll work. My work has moved more towards high end original pieces with individual stories and personalities and i feel that doll making has pushed my art skill more than ever. So many disciplines go into making a doll: sewing, pattern drafting, sculpting, cast/molds, painting, anatomy, fiber arts, model making and more. They are the most satisfying thing to make and i hope they bring great joy to their new owners.

I also create masks made in small, very limited numbers. They are available through my shop during pre-orders or small batch releases. If you would like to know when a new mask is due for a release please follow my tumblr/twitter or follow me on facebook ( links are below) Please be sure to read my shop’s policy page if you have any questions about ordering.

www.missmonster.com
In: Art, Masks

Eric Wilkerson

Eric Wilkerson
Eric Wilkerson Eric Wilkerson

Eric Wilkerson is an Illustrator and painter currently working as a Concept Artist for the entertainment industry. He has created artwork for book covers, children's books, and numerous TV commercial storyboards.

Eric is now working as lead concept designer for the world famous Blue Man Group on unannounced projects. He has also had the honor of working remotely with Richard Taylor’s design and fabrication team at WETA Workshop on designs that did not involve middle earth.

His work has been featured in multiple volumes of Spectrum Fantastic Art, On the cover spine of Spectrum 19, Expose, Imagine FX and is a finalist in the ARC International Salon 2013.

www.ericwilkersonart.com
In: Art, Sculpture

Scott Jackson Studio

Scott Jackson Studio
Scott Jackson Studio Scott Jackson Studio

Definitely a renaissance man with a penchant for hard rock music and the macabre. Best known for his cover work, most notably the contraversial "Rock 'n' Roll Comics" series, where during a 5 year run, illustrated more than 150 covers for the California based company. Studying art at the University of Wisconsin Parkside, moonlighting as a freelance artist to rock bands and clubs, had already been commissioned for album covers by GWAR producer Ron Goudi and MONTROSE founder Ronnie Montrose. Moving to the west coast, Jackson began specializing in cover art, logos, T-shirt & poster design along with customizing guitars, drumheads, motorcycles & painted backdrops. 20 plus years later, Mr. Jackson has created a multitude of artwork for magazines, comics, books, posters, CD's, DVD’s, games & T-shirts. His art has been featured by Kiss, Megadeth, Pink Floyd, The Electric Hellfire Club and many others. Scott operates his haunted art studio in Chicago, Illinois. Founder of Chicago's annual Heavy Metal conference “Metal Mergence” and ”The Annual Halloween Art Exhibit” hosting over 65 artists nationwide.

www.scottjacksonstudio.com
In: Art

Baub Alred

Baub Alred
Baub Alred Baub Alred

I have an internal need to create. As far back as I can remember, I have been creating in way or another. Art stabilizes my life and internal demons, I don't feel that I could survive without a creative outlet.

I find inspiration in the macabre, metaphysical and horror history. I feel that this area is saved for the Halloween season, but think it should be celebrated and remembered throughout the year. I love the thought of what we don't see. Whether scientifically or spiritually, I believe there is something floating in the negative space.

We all have lived through bad times and struggle with our own relationship with the past and our religion. My art represents the fringe of old religion and beliefs with a modern twist. I see death, monsters, and ghosts in a romanticized way. While those themes are often dark and scary, I represent the blurred edge where the shadow meets the light.

While creating my art, I use aspects of fine arts, such as sculpting, painting, and photography. I just use them in the digital realm. I use as many as four different softwares to create each image.

My art means everything to me. I create a world where the impossible is possible, where the ugly and dark is beautiful. I love the invisible thread that runs through my art.

www.baubalred.com
In: Art
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