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The Creepy Cute Art of Diana Levin and Ghoulish Bunny Studios

Haunting and adorable are not concepts that are often successfully used together, but they both perfectly describe the awesome artwork of Diana Levin. She pulls a lot of inspiration from horror figures and fairy tales and is able to tease out both the terror and the innocence to create a style of artwork she describes as […]

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Horror Artist Profile: Jenny Parks and Pop Culture Cats

Love cats and horror movies? Artist Jenny Parks has found a niche creating pop culture cat art. She began making a living with her fuzzy creations after drawing a line of STAR TREK cats and then expanded into everything from STAR WARS, to DR WHO, to a variety of horror properties. She currently resides in Colorado, but you can find […]

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Dia de los Muertos Meets Lowbrow: The Unique Art of David Lozeau

A few weeks ago at Phoenix Comic Con, I was walking through the aisles of art, when something caught my eye. It was a booth full of skeleton art. Some were comedic, some somber, some colorful and vibrant, and some more sinister and dark. But all skeletons were portrayed as if alive. I was mesmerized […]

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Monster Babies: The Adorably Horrific Artwork of Will Terry

Last weekend while wandering through the aisles of Phoenix Comicon, I stumbled upon on a booth filled with fascinating and imaginative art. The booth was decked out in what appeared to be children’s artwork, full of whimsy and merriment, but the subject matter was much darker. I became captivated not with just the adorably morbid, colorful monsters, but […]

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Jailed For His Comics?! The True Story of Mike Diana Can Now Be Told

They say that fact is stranger than fiction. And regarding the following case, it’s definitely hard to believe just how much trouble a self-published comic book was able to cause for its creator. So much so that authorities were convinced by his gory drawings that he was a serial killer! But first, let’s give some […]

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A Look At The LACMA’s Guillermo del Toro Exhibit!

Guillermo del Toro is one of us. OK. Except ridiculously talented. And wealthy enough to buy any cool and creepy thing he desires. But basically, he’s one of us! On top of helming films such as CRONOS, MIMIC, THE DEVIL’S BACKBONE, PAN’S LABYRINTH, BLADE 2, the two HELLOBOY films, PACIFIC RIM and CRIMSON PEAK, you’ll […]

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Painted in Blood Red: 10 Utterly Disturbing Classic Works of Art

Before there were horror movies, people had to be very creative with the way they scared the shit out of each other. Sure, sometimes it takes longer to paint a picture, but it takes talent and time to create something that terrifies all who look upon it. Here is my top ten list of the scariest classic […]

Celebrating 10 Years Of Hyaena Gallery!

We’ve given a lot of love and coverage to Hyaena Gallery here on Blumhouse.com. And rightfully so, as it’s one of the few places in the Los Angeles area that manages to capture all the things we love about the genre and encompasses them through art and visual expression. Over the years, they’ve featured true […]

A Behind-The-Scenes Look At NINE INCH NAILS’ “Cargo In The Blood” Project

The work of artist Russell Mills has long had an association with the music world, having crafted some of the cover designs and stage sets for the Cocteau Twins, David Sylvian, Roger Eno and Japan. But for those of you on this site, you most likely would be most familiar with his collaboration with Trent […]

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9 Magnificently Monstrous Contemporary Frankenstein Art Pieces

This story is part of a series done in partnership between Blumhouse.com and FOX’s VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN. Frankenstein’s monster has been portrayed in countless different ways over the years. In honor of VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN, we have decided to take a look at ten modern artworks that have their own take on Frankenstein and his creation. Donald […]

Witches And Early Dark Art!

One of my regular stops in the Los Angeles area is always Hyaena Gallery located at 1928 W. Olive Ave. in Burbank. And on my last visit, I noticed a new series of “early dark art” and “witch” prints that are both beautifully illustrated and surprisingly shocking, especially considering that some of them date as far […]

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The Wild Horror Art of Clint Carney

As horror genre fans, we tend to in general be inherently fascinated and intrigued by the darker side of things, whether it be in films, music or art. And one artist whose twisted vision evokes the strangest of curiosities is LA based painter Clint Carney. While Carney dabbles in multiple creative endeavors including fronting the band System […]

“Crossing The Abyss” – A Dark Art Exhibit

“We have such sights to show you!” The beautiful thing about art is that it can transport us to worlds we could never possibly imagine ourselves. It’s that subjective quality, paired up with our own life experiences that makes ever piece of art we encounter mean something different to the viewer. That’s what I love […]