How Do the Inhabitants of Hell Fare? Sant V. Schreiber’s Infernal Portraits of Demons – Design You Trust

How Do the Inhabitants of Hell Fare? Sant V. Schreiber’s Infernal Portraits of Demons

The artist Sant V. Schreiber has found his thing and follows his guideline clearly: he paints portraits of demons. Sometimes as if they were customers and intend to look as imposing as possible in the picture.

His @sannosferatu Instagram account contains dozens of images of infernal creatures. And the sight of them for some reason does not scare, more likely pacifies and bewitches, sets up a melancholic mood. In general, each picture is a ready concept for a cover of some dark-ambient album.

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