septagonstudios:

Three Of The Possessed
864.3

septagonstudios:

Three Of The Possessed

864.3

88pp:


Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart

88pp:

Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart

// Fall by Freshinkstain

// Fall by Freshinkstain

// Nine by Georgiana Paraschiv

// Nine by Georgiana Paraschiv

// Abstract by Hannah Lancaster

// Abstract by Hannah Lancaster

rebeccamock:

Above me on the landing stood a strange girl, about my age, with short black hair. She was smiling down at me, not a warm smile, not a friendly smile, but the coldest, most frightening smile I had ever seen. 
—Goosebumps #1 Welcome to Dead House, R. L. Stine
This is my piece for the MONSTER EDITION book! The book itself has just gone up for pre-order for a limited time—check out the store and the masterpost of artists. I was introduced to the work of a ton of talented artists through this book. I’m so glad to be a part of it! Welcome to Dead House is one of my favorite books from the series. So classically ridiculous and creepy.

rebeccamock:

Above me on the landing stood a strange girl, about my age, with short black hair. She was smiling down at me, not a warm smile, not a friendly smile, but the coldest, most frightening smile I had ever seen. 

—Goosebumps #1 Welcome to Dead House, R. L. Stine

This is my piece for the MONSTER EDITION book! The book itself has just gone up for pre-order for a limited time—check out the store and the masterpost of artists. I was introduced to the work of a ton of talented artists through this book. I’m so glad to be a part of it! Welcome to Dead House is one of my favorite books from the series. So classically ridiculous and creepy.

// The Noise by Eric Petersen

// The Noise by Eric Petersen

// Sea Picture No. 2 by Andrea Lauren

// Sea Picture No. 2 by Andrea Lauren

// Arctic morning by Annike

// Arctic morning by Annike

2headedsnake:

Mario Benjamin

2headedsnake:

Mario Benjamin

septagonstudios:

Inca Pan

septagonstudios:

Inca Pan

newyorker:

Thomas Beller on listening to Nirvana with his two-year-old son: http://nyr.kr/1at6v1q

“Listening to the song with my son, I noticed an abandon that was childish in its total commitment. You can hear it in the force with which Grohl hits the drums, in Krist Novoselic’s playing, and, most of all, in the release in Cobain’s voice, which is a somewhere between a wail of despair and a delighted squandering of the moment.”

Illustration by Hannah K. Lee.

newyorker:

Thomas Beller on listening to Nirvana with his two-year-old son: http://nyr.kr/1at6v1q

“Listening to the song with my son, I noticed an abandon that was childish in its total commitment. You can hear it in the force with which Grohl hits the drums, in Krist Novoselic’s playing, and, most of all, in the release in Cobain’s voice, which is a somewhere between a wail of despair and a delighted squandering of the moment.”

Illustration by Hannah K. Lee.