Photographer Jakub Wencek Explores The Forests Of Poland To Capture Fantastic Photos Of The Dark Side Of Nature

Wonderful forest pictures by Jakub Wencek, a gifted self-taught photographer, and nature lover based in Milicz, Poland. Jakub focuses mainly on nature, landscape, and forest photography. He explores the forests of Poland to capture fantastic photos of trees. Continue reading »

“Playing Russian Reality”: Atmospheric And Immersive In-Game Artworks By Yuliya Kosobryuhova

Yuliya Kosobryuhova is a visual artist working with documentary photography and other media. She was born in Russia in 1987. She is a graduated specialist in history and ethnography. Based in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Continue reading »

Oven Mitts With Swear Words: The Best Cooking Tool Since Wine

Some researches suggest that people who use curse regularly are more intelligent. If that’s true, Blue Q (previously) employs the smartest people in the world. Continue reading »

“Transmetropolitan”: Photographer Omi Kim Explores Neon Streets Of Cyberpunk Japan

Spectacular street shots by Omi Kim, a multi-talented photographer, content creator, and urban explorer based in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. Omi focuses mainly on urban and street photography. He explores streets of Japan to capture striking cinematic photos. Continue reading »

“The Womb Beyond The World”: Dark Illustrations By Mexican Artist Tavo Santiago

Tavo Santiago is a freelance designer situated in Orizaba. Mexico. Even though he is specialized in digital art, his central works are character illustrations dark in nature. The main theme of his illustrations is death, usually on playing cards. Skeletons, wounds, swords and knives, magic and the spiritual, these are all things you can see on his dark digitalized drawings – both in color and nature. Continue reading »

The Meditative Beauty Of Nighttime In Dreamy Photographs By Neil Kryszak

Neil Kryszak is a photographer from New York, currently based in Los Angeles, CA working with fine art, commercial & fashion photography. Continue reading »

Artist Fran Krause Perfectly Illustrates Your Deepest, Darkest Fears

Illustrator, animator, teacher, and comic artist Fran Krause has touched a collective nerve with his wildly popular web comic series and subsequent book Deep Dark Fears. Here he brings readers more of the creepy, funny, and idiosyncratic fears they love illustrated in comic form–such as the fear that your pets will tell other animals all your embarrassing secrets, or that someone uses your house while you’re not home–as well as two longer comic short-stories. Continue reading »

“Tokyo Dream Distance”: Photographer Davide Sasso Captures Surreal Photos Of Tokyo In Dark Neon

According to Davide Sasso (previously): “I’m Davide Sasso and this is my project titled ‘Tokyo Dream Distance’ where I tried to capture the surreal beauty of Tokyo at night with my camera.

Visiting Japan has been a dream of mine since I was a child and I finally managed to fulfill it recently. I’ve spent about two weeks in Tokyo, but I wish it had been more than that. I visited the main districts and took pictures there. I photographed mainly at night when all the lights come on in the city. I particularly enjoy the rainy days when the lights reflect and create wonderful colors. Continue reading »

“To Live For My Death”: The Deadliest, Badass & Nightmare Creatures Of Antonio José Manzanedo

The dark and macabre fantasy paintings of digital artist Antonio José Manzanedo (previously), a concept designer and illustrator based in Spain. Continue reading »

This Artist Draws Stupid Comics For People With A Dark Sense Of Humor

According to Rémi Lascault: “Since last summer, where I shared with you my comics, I’ve been working a lot! Here are some new comic strips and some updated ones. I’m also happy to tell you that my book will soon be available. Check my Instagram or Facebook for updates!

I’m 32 years old and have been drawing comics since I was a kid. About a year ago I started to draw little comic strips consisting of 4 frames with no words. The drawing part doesn’t take me much time, as I like having a pretty rough style. Coming up with the right stupid joke and twisting them in a not-so-stupid way, however, does.” Continue reading »

The Mysterious And Misty Eerieness Of Japanese Horror Illustrator Mozza

Student and illustrator Mozza is a fan of the horror genre with a particular fixation on mist or fog to convey a sense of eerieness, uncanniness, a border space between the world of the living and the world of the dead, or the physical manifestation of a malefic presence. Moreover, this extends to her use of colors and textures to blur boundaries and distinctions between dark and light. Continue reading »

“As We Dance The Paths Of Fire And Solace”: Superb Dark And Surreal Photo Manipulations By Alex McWherter

Creative photo manipulations by Alex McWherter a.k.a. Tankuss, a gifted 24-years old visual artist, and graphic artist from Pennsylvania, USA. Alex focuses on creating surreal digital art and manipulations. Continue reading »

“Somewhere On Earth”: Mystical And Fascinating Photo Series By Syl Nial

This series reinvents the abstract into sensation, a feeling.

The artist creates the artwork for the audience to recall a specific feeling. You see pictures with creepy yet pure notes.

You wonder: What is it? Are you in a tale? A horror movie? Are you witnessing your life? Caught when you didn’t expect? It could be everyone. Continue reading »

“Last Breath”: Amazing Dark Horror, Bizarre And Nightmare Paintings By Oleg Vdovenko

Science fiction horrors from the depths of Russian artist Oleg Vdovenko’s imagination. Continue reading »

“Nightshift”: An Illuminated Glimpse Into Shanghai’s Late Night Shops And Stalls

Cities are defined by their people, architecture and culture, and the series Nightshift by photographer Florian W. Mueller encapsulates all three. Steering clear of the glitz and glamour of Shanghai, Mueller takes us through the quiet side streets of the city, capturing vendors manning their stores and kiosks that are open late into the night. Under the neon lights, he shows the mind-boggling variety or merchandise being sold in these shops, ranging from fruit, toys, clothes or even curtains. It’s an interesting and authentic portrait of Shanghai, and how life goes on in this dynamic city after dark. Continue reading »