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danskjavlarna: “ An illustration from an 1887 issue of Frank Leslie’s Pleasant Hours magazine. The caption reads: “The sexton’s ghost. It was a tall figure, and it tottered weakly toward the gate on which he leaned.

Wayne Barlowe

Wayne Barlowe

He captured imaginations and haunted dreams with his bio-mechanical visions, drawn from his own nightmares.

The Original "Alien" Concept Art Is Terrifying

Andrew Edwards

Andrew Edwards

Aleksei Bordusov aka Aec Interesni Kazki | End of the War

Aleksei Bordusov aka Aec Interesni Kazki | End of the War

Peter van Straten

Peter van Straten

Alois Kolb  from Die Graphischen Künste magazine 1926

Alois Kolb from Die Graphischen Künste magazine 1926

ronch

ronch

sculptures by Patricia Piccinini

sculptures by Patricia Piccinini

hannah yata

hannah yata

book cover by karel thole

book cover by karel thole

Ed Valigursky cover for the first edition of Philip K Dick's Eye in the Sky 1957

Ed Valigursky cover for the first edition of Philip K Dick's Eye in the Sky 1957

There's something wildly endearing about the work of M.R. Stubbs (aka Mikey). Through movement and expression, each protagonist beckons a spectrum of emotion that acts as the perfect counterpart to his distinctly portrayed narratives.

There's something wildly endearing about the work of M.R. Stubbs (aka Mikey). Through movement and expression, each protagonist beckons a spectrum of emotion that acts as the perfect counterpart to his distinctly portrayed narratives.

santiago caruso

santiago caruso

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