The Mind’s Dream and its Monsters: Creepy Illustrations by Daniel Peacock – Design You Trust

The Mind’s Dream and its Monsters: Creepy Illustrations by Daniel Peacock

Dan Peacock is a British artist who paints distorted infernal creatures crawling straight out of the underworld. For Peacock there are no shapes or clear images, all his monsters are as surreal creatures as possible, as if born of David Lynch’s mad dream.

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