“Honey, Where Are You?”: The Superb Horror and Nightmare Artworks of Alexander Solomin – Design You Trust

“Honey, Where Are You?”: The Superb Horror and Nightmare Artworks of Alexander Solomin

Alexander Solomin aka Prophetharm describes himself as “a horror picture drawer and occasional illustrator of similar literature.”

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