Just some favorite Easter images from around the Web…
David Chung (aka “The Chung”) paints a rainbow menagerie of monsters and lovable outcasts.
These colorful creatures, while undeniably hinting at the fact that we shouldn’t take ourselves too seriously, actually express a range of human emotions.
Nemo Soda draws us into a fairy tale world where the inhabitants are twisted, sickly and strange…
McDougall was a prolific newspaper illustrator in the late 1800’s. His work is sublimely imaginative and bizarre, dancing on the border of surrealist children’s fiction…and nightmares. The captions are brilliant.
I confess, I saved all 86 images in the post because I plan to read them like bedtime stories. Each image is a vignette unto itself, often with a single sentence presenting a strange predicament and/or creature.
See the collection of images HERE.
As September draws to a close, I’m always tempted to shift into full Halloween mode (but I try to restrain myself because, surprisingly, not everyone is obsessed with Halloween). Let’s start setting the mood with some evocative photography from digital photography artist Stefano Bonazzi.
Check out Stefano Bonazzi’s work and feed your nightmares.