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October 31, 2014

Halloween Treat: Making Monsters

Chelsea Bloxsom makes monsters. Shes like Frankenstein stitching together frightening creatures, except hers are a lot more neon. What I love about her is that she posts doodles of her monstrous ideas before she takes them to the sewing table. Colorful, mischievous, and just a little bit spooky - its too fitting for an entry on Halloween. Visit her instagram or her website to see more of her creepy creations.




June 19, 2014

The Cute Creeps

Can't help loving the work of illustrator/artist Michael Sieben. His work ranges from commercial illustration, skateboard decks, posters and fine art. What's really stands out is his ability to create creepy yet cute characters. Almost an alternate reality that views life through a fun house mirror. Even when things get weird there is so much charm in the work that you can't help falling in love with the world.

May 7, 2014

Tumblr of the Week: Mr. Gentle



There's something slightly creepy about these drawings, but I can't quite put my finger on it (no pun intended). Maybe it's the Frankenstein-ish way the characters are composed with awkward and strange body parts that don't seem to belong together. Even so, they seem friendly enough to me. You might as well go visit this curious cast of creatures at Mr. Gentle's tumblr blog!

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April 25, 2014

Tentalions, Dragons, & Trolls--Oh My!



Any animal on earth can be improved by adding tentacles to it. If you don't believe me, take a look at the bestiary of Karl Dupere-Richer. He recently shared some images of his sketchbook that really look more like excerpts from a cryptozoological encyclopedia for kids. If you're into Lovecraft, his designs of creepy critters with their slimy feelers will make you tingle. There's even snippets of information written in a made up language that actually looks pretty legit!


September 10, 2013

Tumblr of the Week:
Everything is Vibrating



I could stare forever at all the little details on Jon Carling's intricately shaded sketches. His many drawings of original creatures tap directly into my love for folklore, and I get carried away imagining what the mythology behind them would be. Carling also has a couple of whimsical yet haunting animated shorts (watch the videos after the fold) that are def worth taking a look at. See more

June 8, 2012

Carol in Wonderland

There is something fantastical about Carol Powell's drawings. They feature creatures and animals that are straight out of a Lewis Carroll novel. They are both familiar enough to be distinguishable, but quirky enough to arouse our curiosity.

Come down the rabbit hole and take a peek.


February 13, 2012

With Love from Pueyrredon Ville

From skulls, strange creatures and weird objects, Alvarez Ortega Bianchi from Buenos Aires Argentina, likes to create series of playful images full of fun characters. I had the opportunity to exchange some lines with him and this is what he told me about his work:

"I'm a director in my own studio, Cucacolor, where we develop graphic design, art direction and illustration. I like to think that everything that I saw or liked, or make me felt something, lies randomly into my works. Also like to include everyday stuff in there. Im such a fanatic of details and little things that make the works special, at least for me. Most of my works are hand drawn, with lovely black ink, sometimes Id use magic markers to add a little color and sometimes Id do it digitally. It depends on the project, because I also love to make big paintings, murals in the street or wherever I find the right place. Salud!"





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