Art that’s as dark as it is evocative; discover horror-inspired artwork, from twisted mutations of classic paintings, chilling sculptures, spooky photography and more.
“Who am I?” There is a black notebook in front of her. “Ruth Blichar.” Her red lips whisper while slim fingers gently flip over the first page.
Bodies of Work
“Bodies of Work” The sculptures of Lawrence Cartusian Renlar Symposium of the Arts, Hoostin University, New York April 26 – June 2, 2018
Shapeshifting Night Owl
Eeringly hooting, silently gazing, & territorially possessing, Malor is waiting in bone penetrating darkness for his prey. His focus and will are without flexibility in this moment. His readiness of action is still and immaculate. Malor has been waiting to devour his prey with joyable ruthlessness. How could Malor feel any mercy for a man that abused his mother, privately molested him, and cowardly got rid of his dog that his mother and father bought him for his fifth birthday?
The actual script I wrote to my award winning first short film and directorial debut way back when Burning Cigarettes Short Film
Day 9 You might think that being trapped alone on a deserted island in the middle of the ocean, far away from the emails and newsfeeds and social media and grocery shopping and holidays and hangouts, that one would have so much spare time that feelings of insane boredom would creep in and one wouldn’t know what to do with all the hours of the day. This however is far from the case.
The Silent Monster
I call my costume 'The Silent Monster', to me this costume represents the experience of isolation that comes with the 2020 pandemic. I made this costume after being inspired by an untitled painting that my friend Chris Scott had painted.
So as an art major I'm always collecting odds and ends I like mostly. So as a fine art major. You know painting, sculptures, fine art, realism, portraits. abstract, yadda yadda yadda, social media always had me at a crossroads and a bit of a distraction.
Vera the Ventriloquist
For those of you who are new to how my brain ticks… For every makeup art or costume I design, I usually have to create an entire unique backstory in lieu of it all. I feel it brings more personality and depth into the visual aspects of the makeup art itself and puts the cherry on top for my characters final touch. In fact, I usually write out my short stories before hand so that I can fully act out and personify my characters to the fullest once I am done creating the makeup look itself.
A Clerk's Strained Civility
The old hanging bell chimed as the wooden door slowly opened. The clerk lifted her eyes from the hidden doodle she was working on. No one had come yet that day and after three hours alone at the boulangerie, she was less than enthused to adorn a veil of customer service. She slipped the scrap of paper with her sketch of a horrifically emaciated figure under the cash register. No need to incite unnecessary chat. She could not think of a more inappropriate image to be seen in a family bakery than a sketch depicting a furious starving child.
What Makes a Good, Entertaining Monster Movie?
One thing a movie fan knows for certain is that the horror genre is never going out of style. It always has kept a steady flow throughout most of the medium of film’s history. In spite of the fact that it experienced some lackluster decades, trends going in and out of fashion, and variant box office prospects. As long as there are movies or tv shows being made, novels and short stories being written and published, there will always be a demand for it. What can I say? People love, get kicks out of, and pay millions of dollars at the movie theatre box office, on DVD/Blu- Ray sales, or subscriptions to streaming services, all to be scared shitless! So the market will always be there.
4ft Long "Chupacabra - Gargoyle Hybrid" Sculpture
Hi Readers, Thank you for choosing to take the time to read my story as a Creator. To provide you with some background information, I am an 18-year-old artist who lives in Melbourne, Australia, and this is my first full-body, monster sculpture. The associated YouTube photo-progression video has been submitted and accepted for the International "Future Generation Art Prize 2020."
He held six discrete bits of information in his head simultaneously. No way to write them down so he recalled them in order on three separate occasions, six blanks in formation like a constellation. He awoke with only the memory of remembering, but not the information, his head a form unfulfilled.