Saeed Farhangian – “This is eight, not anything else”
Born in Manitoba and raised in Winnipeg, Canadian artist Ryan Heshka spent much of his youth in the company of old comics and pulp magazines. His work channels the giants of the genre, such as […]
It was a protest, or what passed for one in Georgetown. Xana watched from the cover of shade as the reporter, the American, left the crowd loitering in front of Royal House and trotted across […]
Another installment of my recent yet ongoing fascination with eyes. The Eyes Have It Eye Spy Eye Always Feel Like
Until the age of 15, Missouri artist Melissa McCracken thought that everyone lived in the same hue-rich, dynamic realm of color that she had known since birth. “Basically, my brain is cross-wired,” she explains regarding […]
Franklin Booth, (July 8, 1874 – August 25, 1948) was an American artist known for his detailed pen-and-ink illustrations. He had a unique illustration style based upon his early recreation of wood engraving illustrations with […]
Tomiyuki Kaneko – “Yokai Sushi” Yokai is often translated as “ghost” or “monster” but it’s something closer to “supernatural being.” While yokai stories are properly classified as ghost stories, the creatures in them are not […]
Brilliant new work by “Breath Art,” previously featured here.
Once upon a time, when I was very active on social media, I posted a giant robot picture every Tuesday. While I’m out of the habit, I still run into quite a few images.
The Disemboweler stroked the child’s head and smiled from under his severed mask. He had cut it in an arc under the cheeks to reveal his mouth and the tip of his nose. It obscured […]