Dark Illustration Artists
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Yuly Alejo is a young illustrator who resides in Malaga province (Spain). She specializes in digital illustration, offering stunning illustrations with macabre and adult style, always keeping a dark and alternative aesthetic.
On her website, she tells us that since small had very clear her passion for the world of art and illustration. She began as a freelance doing illustrations on commission until eventually opened her own illustration studio in Marbella, where she gives free rein to her imagination making projects and collaborating with writers, magazines and publishers.
No doubt this macabre artist gives us a personal touch recognizable on any of her artworks. Characters that transport you to other times and scenes that tell long stories of intrigue, horror, fantasy and mystery.
☞ Visit the official website of Yuly Alejo
Posted on March 05, 2013
Juan Serrano is the name of a illustrator from Madrid (Spain) specializing in the horror and fantasy, where he evolves perfectly between acrylics, watercolors, colored pencils and Photoshop. Any tool is valid for this international artist established in the american market within the RPG, strategy books and card games.
In the audiovisual sector he has worked doing concepts, illustrations and story boards for video games. Also illustrates covers for publishers.
He currently combines his artistic work with his teaching career at the school ARTENEO. Who would have had teachers like him!.
☞ Visit the official website of Juan Serrano
Posted on February 05, 2010
One that can not be missed on the blog of Macabre Gallery is the well known and dark artist Dholl.
This artist creates amazing dark and macabre illustrations, with caricatured characters, full of expression and with a personal touch that makes it easily recognizable.
Do not miss his Deviantart profile, where you can also purchase prints of some of his work.
☞ Visit Dholl's deviantART gallery
Posted on October 31, 2009
Jason Hopkins – Abhominal
I would not know how to describe the work of Jason Hopkins, but what is clear is that these surreal organic forms not leave anyone indifferent. Made in 3D with a hyper realist finish, this macabre artist is out of the conventional and creates bizarre, strange and deformed characters...
Although perhaps the deformed are us.
☞ Visit the official website of Jason Hopkins
Posted on October 27, 2009
Grzegorz Kmin, Aspius
Today we bring the macabre illustrator Grzegorz Kmin, artistically known as Aspius. With stunning use of textures and a high level of detail, Aspius surprises us with chaotic and creepy artworks, which elaborates playing between the surreal and macabre world.
This Polish artist tells us that since childhood has always been passionate about both biology and drawing. He chose drawing and studied fine arts, or at least tried, as was unsuccessful and ended up doing the career of Biology. Later, with the arrival of new technologies, he switched to Computer, where he got a job as a graphic designer and operator of printers and scanners. Finally he became a freelance designer and illustrator to date.
If you want to know more about this dark illustrator, go through the "bio" section of his website, where he will tell you up to capacity of his hard drive (2 x 250 GB).
☞ Visit the official website of Aspius
Posted on October 20, 2009
The bloody illustrator Mottla Art, tells us on his website that his macabre style has been developed over the years and with the influence of Silent Hill, Hellraiser and John Carpenter. He also comments that his main support is the music, because he has worked for extreme metal bands like Viscera, Brain Drill or Aborted, among others.
No doubt this is a great artist with a clear, creative and critical style, and above all brutally macabre, as we like.
☞ Visit Mottla Art's DeviantART gallery
Posted on October 16, 2009
Laurie Lipton was the first person to graduate from Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing (with honors), and will be the first person to inaugurate the illustration section of the blog of Macabre Gallery (also with honors), because this macabre artist makes wonderful works of art with just a pencil and a white paper. If you have time off on your schedule I recommend you visit her website, where you can also purchase some of her original works.
☞ Visit the official website of Laurie Lipton
Posted on October 11, 2009