Unless you live under a rock, you have probably heard of the wildly-successful Walking Dead series on AMC. As with many successful television shows, the creators decided to create a spin-off series to complement the original called Fear the Walking Dead. Season 2 centers around the premise that survivors of a zombie apocalypse board a […]
I have always been a big fan of István Orosz’s illustrations, and today’s optical illusion is no exception. If you look at this very detailed illustration that contains two men standing among trees with bags hanging from their shoulders, you may also notice something else. Do you see it? The hidden image is easier to […]
This limited edition screen print created by Tom French uses a mixed media technique to create a very dark image resembling a skull. On his website, Tom French and his particular style of painting are described as follows: Through his work, French focuses on the reflection of the conscious and unconscious mind. His oil paintings […]
In honor of Halloween, I thought it would be appropriate to post an image today that featured a dark or spooky theme. This morning, as I was checking my email, I found a message from Gianni Sarcone with a link to a Behance page he created titled Just in Time for Halloween. The page features […]
Optical illusions involving hidden skulls have been around for a very long time and modern artists continue to produce them. In this version with a fantasy-art theme, a woman wearing a white hooded cloak and black shirt stands in front of a group of white and black candles with her arms extended. Two candle holders […]
Noah Scalin likes skulls. He is the founder of the Skull-A-Day project. Now in its sixth year, the project features a new image of a skull every day. In 2012, Scalin created the following anamorphic skull using 497 VHS cassette tapes as a commission of the TCC Visual Arts Center in Tidewater Virginia. The skull […]
A family opens their front door on Christmas morning only to be frightened by what they see. But should they be? What is so scary about this Santa Claus illustration by Russian cartoonist Valentine Dubinin?