A Peacock's Plumes
gregabbott:

Here to There
Available at Society6.

gregabbott:

Here to There

Available at Society6.

viviannedubois:

My monster designs -and final one- for my first year animated short. Now, let’s get to animating that bastard! 

viviannedubois:

My monster designs -and final one- for my first year animated short. Now, let’s get to animating that bastard! 

eatsleepdraw:

"Halloween is coming, Babbit. Mo wants to play.."

eatsleepdraw:

"Halloween is coming, Babbit. Mo wants to play.."

‘Boo, I think I no longer believe in monsters as faces in the floor or feral infants or vampires or whatever. I think at seventeen now I believe the only real monsters might be the type of liar where there’s simply no way to tell. The ones who give nothing away.’
David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest (via talesofpassingtime)

loveandasandwich:

Meet Gerzon!
From random doodle to finished product.  There are two Gerzon’s available but the 1st order gets my original doodle of him as well. :)

asylum-art-2:

“Monstrous Days” New Painting Series by Jason Limon

Since January, Texas based artist Jason Limon has been hard at work on a new character driven narrative, “Monstrous Days”.  When we last caught up with him, it was before his 2013 solo “Foretell”, focused on strange, hybrid characters in nightmarish imagery.  His work always has a cinematic quality like an apocalyptic 1950s monster film that was never made.  Classic movie monsters are traditionally an antagonistic force to be reckoned with who demand empathy from the viewer.  Limon mixes these references with the inspiration he finds in equally perplexing nature.  The result is child-like monsters who are follies of mankind’s pollution and ignorance. Through humor, Limon is exploring themes of life, death, and the unknown.

lizclimo:

Sam and The Monster

Universal Monsters - Alex Pardee

lllnomadlll:

Frankensteins Monster | A4 | Graphite on Paper
When I looked around I saw none and heard of none like me. 
Was I, then, a monster, a blot upon the earth 
from which all men fled and whom all men disowned?
Frankenstein
Artprint by FineArtAmerica available here
For more of my art visit me here:
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lllnomadlll:

Frankensteins Monster | A4 | Graphite on Paper

When I looked around I saw none and heard of none like me.

Was I, then, a monster, a blot upon the earth

from which all men fled and whom all men disowned?

Frankenstein

Artprint by FineArtAmerica available here

For more of my art visit me here:

Website | Shop Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest

dollmeat7:

Jack Davis

dollmeat7:

Jack Davis

alvadee:

Bernie Wrightson

Illustrations of Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein”

I felt so terribly in love with this illustrations, they render the novel beautifully. When I’m grown up I want to be as good as him. :)

welcome2creepshow:

The Bride and Frankenstein Artwork by Artist Mike Bell