Home of the most gorgeous pumpkins on the planet. The exposure of Ray’s style, talent and creativity amassed an all-new appreciation for pumpkin “carving”, and his artistic take on the traditional jack-o-lantern has granted him invitations from across the globe for VIP Galleries (Very Impressive Pumpkins). From the President’s Quarters in the White House to Bermuda’s Sousa’s Gardens, Ray’s pumpkins have gathered a cult-like following.
The best Halloween art and stories on the internet. Original and colorful illustrations and graphics of haunted scary pumpkins by dark artist John Pelico.
Whereas the infamous Dr. Frankenstein created a solitary monster in his own image, Ghoulish Gary Pullin has redefined what an entire world’s worth of monsters would look like for a new generation of monster kids, his imagination more bold and beastly than the bottomless pit of colourful creatures that flow out of his gnarled fingers and cursed pencil.
Leather worker, Resin caster, Artist. I have no formal art training, and am largely self taught. I have dabbled in a variety of media over the years, including batik, woodcarving, mixed media art dolls and leatherworking. Creating art in a steampunk genre suits me exceedingly well because it combines several of my interests—history, costuming, mechanics and fantasy—and I can bring these together and get wildly creative in my leatherwork.
Creature and character design, storyboards, book and magazine illustration, caricature and conceptual art for film, TV, animation and magazines, from the freakazoid pen of Paul Garner.
Conjuring an archaic aesthetic and a sense of dark allure, Dellamorte & Co. draws inspiration from catacombs and tombs, mysticism and the realm of esoteric lore. We invite you to share in our vision and appreciation for the macabre.
Curious and unexpected characters created by Scott Smith. A chronic daydreamer, much of my day is spent inside my imagination. New ideas constantly dropping into view just as I put down my pencil from sketching the last.
Nature and the fascination of changing seasons serve as a constant inspiration. I also love perusing fantasy images from antique die cuts, postcards and children's books which often assist in generating new characters and ideas.
My technique is similar to that used by artists and doll makers throughout history. Papier-mâché, composition, antique textiles and trims are materials I combine to make my characters. Each piece is sculpted, painted and assembled by me in the studio of my Michigan home.
The artwork and shop of Eric "Unkle" Pigors.
Folk Artist & Illustrator of collectible Halloween folk art & other holiday designs with vintage appeal & whimsy.
Welcome to the darkside of papier mache....join me and come play with some paste to create something truly sinister. Scott A. Stoll is a self taught artist born and raised in the sleepy town of Reed City, Michigan and during his teenage years developed a deep passion for science fiction and horror.