The art Bear Kirkpatrick has long held a place in my heart...and I can never get enough of it. I highly recommend you make a visit to his website, and - as well as studying his art - also make the time to read his fascinating bio. Here's a little extract: 'Bear Kirkpatrick’s forbearers were… Continue reading 365 Days Of Dark Art : 122 / Bear Kirkpatrick
Sadly very little information exists online about Japanese artist Hiroshi Nonami, but don't let that stop you heading to Google images as soon as you've had your fill of this spectacularly strange art piece.
I thought this peculiar yet utterly perfect painting by Victor Grasso was a photograph when I first encountered it.
Rendered speechless by the crystallized bugs and skulls from artist Tyler Thrasher.
Young creative Ashley Joncas has a rare talent. One I am looking forward to watching develop over the coming years. Her website is an unmissable treat.
Art that unhinges my nerves and makes my skin prickle is the best kind of art. That's exactly the kind of art that Swedish ceramic artist Klara Kristalova creates.
Liza Corbett's exquisite, strange art is melancholy heavy. Influenced by nineteenth-century spiritualism, by Dark Romanticism, and by myths, fables and old tales, Liza aims to create images that, like tarot or other methods of divination, suggest a strange and impenetrable significance underlying our worldly existence. - Liza Corbett
Lost in the deeply evocative, nightmare inducing work of multi-talented American painter and illustrator Menton J. Matthews.
Bergen, it would appear, has a magickal influence on all darkly inclined creatives who dwell there. Artist Linn Setane has, quite literally, stolen my breath with her intricate artworks and exquisite photography. I want to climb inside her images and stay there.