Macabre Anatomy and Creepy Dogs: Bizarre Paintings by Dusty Ray – Design You Trust

Macabre Anatomy and Creepy Dogs: Bizarre Paintings by Dusty Ray

Dusty Ray is an artist from the United States who paints extremely dark paintings in gouache and oil. On the one hand, his works are frightening and make the unprepared viewer feel uncomfortable, but on the other hand, lovers of creepiness and dismemberment will surely enjoy his works. What can I say, each of his paintings begs to be on the cover of some black metal album, so creepy are they.

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