There's a fairy tale aura surrounding the work of German photographer Katharina Jung.
There's a beautiful, yet dark sacredness to the work of New York based artist Leilani Bustamante.
Fall under the spell of Bear Kirkpatrick's feral photography.
Goddamn sinister art from My Pet Skeleton. My favourite would undoubtedly be Pyswan.
A helping of magnificently macabre illustrations from Jens Parker. These originally featured in a book entitled Witchcraft and Black Magic by Peter Haining.
Using shredded tires, South Korean artist Ji Yong Ho creates utterly remarkable sculptures. I highly recommend checking out his website, where you can browse through his astonishing plethora of artistic wonders. =
One of my latest Etsy obsessions is illustrator Liz Emirzian. 'My work stems from my experiences, good and bad, insane and beautiful. I thrive from pondering, wondering about everything, feeling the need to express through art what I can never say. The world is full of combinations, mixtures, and blends that I like to explore.'… Continue reading Liz Emirzian
I don't have a math head, nor do I have a head for geometry, but fuck me...Julien Saluad's artwork (which revolves around mathematical and geometric equations) brings my world to a complete standstill.
I have a quiet infatuation for the sobering Vertebrata photographic series by French artist Marc Da Cunha Lopes.
Jennifer Trask uses all sorts of bone - from rattlesnake ribs to antlers - to craft art works that can sometimes take up to eight months to complete.