Tengu Guro is a Japanese is an Erotic Gore artist that I really fucking dig! Something about his lines reminds me of Raymond Pettibon, which makes me like his stuff even more. However, Tengu Guro pushes his subject matter to sexual places that Raymond has not yet gone. His drawings also offer
The name David Paul Seymour is no stranger to us, as we’ve been admirers of his artwork for a long time now. He creates scenes of psychedelic journeys through heavy metal wastelands, so it makes perfect sense that he is creating a feature-length animated fantasy/science-fiction/doom-fueled movie called The Planet of Doom.
Serpents, anthropomorphized animals, beastly humans, gods and goddesses are some of the inspirations that take root in the mind of Lucas Ruggieri, and make for the magnificent pen and ink illustrations he transcribes onto paper. While these are subjects that capture the imagination of so much of humanity, not many of
Metastazis is a well-known name in the metal art community. The French graphic design studio has done work for some of the best known and most loved names in the underground, including Watain, Morbid Angel, Tombs, Paradise Lost, Behemoth, King Dude, Mutilation Rites, Sunn O))) and many, many more. The
Tina Lugo’s art is full of color that seems to to jump out at you and smack you in the face. Her use of kink as subject matter draws you in more, but all of it is balanced of with a sense of humor. Her paintings remind me how at one point, life can
I love art that invites me into a ritual space, that seems to coil itself around my soul and drag me under the weight of its dark magick. Sorrow Grips creates this kind of art; illustrations that seem to etch a portal onto the surface of this world, creating a