Eye always feel like somebody’s watching me Sixteen more images to update my The Eyes Have It collection.
The work of Rie Yamashina explores the same themes of body, identity, and death we saw in my earlier post, Macabre & Erotic Obsessions: Contemporary Japanese Illustration.
Remember, you’re basically a meat robot running open source monkey bloatware. art by Shih Mao
Truth be told, I could pretty much spam you all non-stop with book quotes and art. Not sure what that says about me. This is another fantastic piece by Lizzy John. Seems to me we […]
In researching my latest book, FEAST OF SHADOWS, I have amassed a miscellaneum of the occult. I am continually surprised by the depth and complexity of thought. I suppose because we’ve since decided it’s wrong […]
Fantasy illustrator Hannah Christenson, known as Nafah, captures the epic whimsy of great sagas and fairy tales. Each of her single images seems to contain, like a hologram, the full story of the characters portrayed. […]
The Devill playd at Chesse with mee, and yeelding a pawne, thought to gaine a Queen of me, taking advantage of my honest endeavours; and whilst I labour’d to raise the structure of my reason, […]
The Sucklord (born Morgan Phillips circa 1969) is a New York pop artist. He manufactures unlicensed action figures and toys through his company, Suckadelic. has been a long-time fan of Star Wars and Star Wars […]
in this selection, the narrator is an 8-year-old boy The day Mr. A. Tranjay came was the same day I saw the stag. That’s what they’re called. I looked it up. A male deer with […]
“When Samuel Taylor Coleridge praised Sir Thomas Browne for having ‘a brain with a twist,’ he captured one of the central reasons why it remains such a pleasure to read Browne’s prose. His idiosyncratic and […]