RICHARD LAILLIER “Shadows have the light that doesn’t know how to illuminate” Dark, grotesque and French. There is something about those guys that make them the carriers of deep self-analysis that has an inbred philosophical view of the world wrapped in constant misery and self-beating. Each of the drawing sessions
Mister Seth Siro Anton, born in 1973 in Greece, better known by his artistic works for bands like EXODUS, HEAVEN SHALL BURN, CALIBAN, CHAOSTAR, JOB FOR A COWBOY, DECAPITATED, VADER etc., strikes with technically thought-through, rough lines, reminding us of what it is to be a human, tortured and tormented,
Rendering the old masterpieces in the style of 17th century paintings seen through the motives and technique under the influence of layered prism of darkness is more than a trick to the eye. These are the works done by Nicola Samori born in 1977 in Forli, Italy. Artist has a
Words can not describe what you are about to witness; just press play and step in to the bugged out world called THE WHORE CHURCH (Purveyors of filth, merchants of awful, creators of the world’s greatest video Mixtape)!
via Dazed Digital When it comes to performance art, the odds are that whatever the work it will likely be controversial in some shape or form. From the anarchic dadaist movement that came out of Zurich’s Cabaret Voltaire in 1916 and Joseph Beuys cradling a dead hare to the disturbing
With my sadness over the recent passing of H.R. Giger, it seemed only appropriate when one of my other favorite conceptual horror artists, Paul Gerrard, sent me an email about Company of Shadows, his debut art book that explores the inspiration behind his characters. When I first discovered Gerrard’s work