For Those Who Also Think Horror Movies Are Fun: Art by NachoScratcho – Design You Trust

For Those Who Also Think Horror Movies Are Fun: Art by NachoScratcho

To be honest, we have never been able to figure out who exactly works under the pseudonym NachoScratcho. Is it an male or female artist? Is it a collective of authors? But that’s not so important.

The main thing is that under this instagram account you can find a lot of art, which will please any lover of horror and movie violence. A hilarious homage to iconic movies; cheerful parodies; oozing like the brains of a maniac victim with a joyful palette – just what you need on this chilly winter day.

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