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Weird Art Month: Saccstry

By Sam Reeve

Happy winter solstice! From now on the days will only get longer, so thank goodness for that.

Today’s artist, known as Saccstry, specializes in creating terrifying, grotesque and adorable little girls. I’m normally not a huge fan of digital art, but I just can’t look away. If the sample below doesn’t quite satisfy your weird art lust, check out Saccstry’s gallery on Deviantart.


Weird Art Month: SCARECROWOVEN

By Sam Reeve

Mysterious New York-based illustrator SCARECROWOVEN is a fan of gore, guts, and oozing appendages. His gnarled creatures take a cue from ‘comic books, sci-fi and horror movies and all the illustration that came out of the skateboard world in the 80’s.’ He describes himself as an alien emissary sent to our planet 12 million seven hundred thousand years ago, but in more earthly terms he is a graduate of the graphic design program at New York’s School of the Visual Arts.

-JUXTAPOZ MAGAZINE

Check out the gallery below, and afterwards head over to his website here. He’s got shirts, posters and other cool stuff for sale!


Day 25: Rob Sheridan

By Sam Reeve

Screw Christmas. Seriously. Santa brought me excruciating shoulder pain. On this terrible day I give you the art of Rob Sheridan, who created my most favourite holiday picture ever: