“The Witching Hour”: The Dark Collages by Franksfriendx

Franksfriendx is a Graphic artist & novice astronaut, exploring alternate realities through mixed media art & design. BA graphic & visual design graduate. Inner mind situated in outer space. Continue reading »

“Rest in Peace”: The Dark, Nightmarish and Bizarre Drawings by Dima Khramtsov

Artist Dima Khramtsov from Russia draws magnificent atmospheric illustrations. Perhaps he’s depicting his fears, but who knows? Definitely, do not watch people impressionable and with a weak psyche. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Brilliant Comics For People Who Like Dark Humor

There are many comic creators out there in the world and they cover lots of topics and themes—from girl problems to fantasy stories. But not all creators are as brave as Andy, better known as Comic Dux. Andy makes dark humor comics with unexpected and twisted endings that will probably leave you surprised and often feeling a little violated. Continue reading »

“Shadows”: The Superb Cinematic, Dark and Melancholic Photoworks of Kaiwan Shaban

Kaiwan Shaban, Born and raised in the city of Akre in the Kurdistan region, a 22 years old digital artist, and internationally published photographer and filmmaker. Continue reading »

Digital Illusions and Dark Fantasy Artworks of Rahul Das

“An Artist based in Mumbai, India. I have been extensively involved with various art and design studios since 2004. Have successfully contributed as a Illustrator and art director in designing several magazines, art projects and campaigns for publishers, corporates and the advertising industry. Working from concept to completion with a strong sense of design, detail and precision. Continue reading »

“Honey, Where Are You?”: The Superb Horror and Nightmare Artworks of Alexander Solomin

Alexander Solomin aka Prophetharm describes himself as “a horror picture drawer and occasional illustrator of similar literature.” Continue reading »

“Consumed and Controlled”: Our Dark Future in Provoking Artworks by Zach McLean

Zach McLean is a Digital Cinematic Storyteller based in Vancouver.

Consumed and Controlled

“I love creating new worlds. Most recently I’ve become fascinated in how fast the world is changing. Innovation in media and tech has serious effects on society. Good, bad? You choose.” Continue reading »

People Are Taking WikiHow Images Out Of Context And Adding Their Own Funny And Dark Captions

We need not mention that WikiHow is one of those blessed online databases that help to keep our lives on track with how-to instructions. It’s somewhat obvious. But let’s talk about the elephant in the room: the very niche instructables it aims to cover beg for very niche illustrations. As a result, WikiHow has become as known for its weird as hell illustrations as for its content. Continue reading »

“Between Heaven and Hell”: The Dark Digital Artworks of James Suret

James Suret is a UK based artist who specializes in creating dark and emotive artwork. Using 3D and 2D techniques to create digital sculptures and illustrations, James’ work has been included in several books and magazines worldwide in print and online. Follow him on Instagram for regular updates. Continue reading »

Funny Dark Humor Comics By Artist Jenna Noble

It is said that art mimics the events that happen in the real world and artists very often get inspired by the things that occur around them. And sometimes you don’t need something big to create art that people can relate to. One of these young rising artists is comics creator Jenna Noble. Continue reading »

Photographer Titus Poplawski Captures Beautiful, Intimacy and Surreal Photos

When Artists create, they make their worlds. Some create happy worlds, full of sense and discovery, some adventurous lands full of magic and fantasy, some creepy and eerie worlds full of monsters and fear. That’s the power of creativity. Every artist has to learn how to use it. Continue reading »

“Keep the Dream Alive”: The Superb Everyday Surreal Artworks of Mostafa Khaled

Mostafa Khaled is a 3D artist and motion designer based in Cairo, Egypt. Every day he creates these dark and surreal 3D artworks. Continue reading »

Brilliant National Lampoon Magazine Covers From the 1970s

National Lampoon was an American satirical pop culture magazine that ran from 1970 to 1998. Founded by Doug Kenney and Henry Beard, the magazine started out as a spinoff from the Harvard Lampoon, where Beard and Kenney used to work as editors. Continue reading »

“Exodar”: The Superb Dark Graphic Design Experiments of Tom Arena

Tom Arena is an allround creative from Geneva, Switzerland. He’s mostly known for his motocross and rave influenced graphic design work on Instagram. Continue reading »

“Somewhere Somehow”: The Superb Dark and Surreal Photoworks of Lidija

These photoworks take me in a mystical atmosphere of childhood fears. It’s very dark and surreal. Unfortunately, there is no information about the author, except that she is from Serbia. Continue reading »

Strange Encounters in the Eerie Nighttime Photography of Briscoe Park

Creepy lights and shadowy figures haunt the night with a provocative otherworldly ambiance in these nighttime scenes by photographer Briscoe Park.

Our imaginations compulsively inject our fears into the voids and shadows of the world, an organic algorithm filling in the blank spaces with irrational data from the deepest reaches of our psyche. We’re both haunted and cursed by the inescapable inevitability that we need to, and will, fill the emptiness with something. Continue reading »

“Unpopular Culture”: Artist ‘Uncovers’ The Disturbing Behind-The-Scenes Of Popular Characters

Pop culture is always changing and never stops evolving. There are different movies, music genres, songs, and characters that shape our culture and they change every year, if not every month. However, certain characters stay with us for a long time. Like Disney, Pokemon, Dragon Ball, and many others. Artist Alex Solis decided to take these well-known characters and add a weird and even disturbing twist to them. Continue reading »

Photographer Captures a Dark Carnival Themed Photoshoot to Create Couture Clowns in Abandoned Creepy Nature

According to a photographer Tara Mapes: “Step right up! Welcome to the Dark Carnival! I love creating themes for my photoshoots. I’ve shot old 80’s movie themes to over-the-top candy rainbow dolls. When I am planning a shoot, location is so important. For this one, I wanted to find an old abandoned area with a forgotten look. I knew I wanted to shoot in the river with a throne and to find an old tunnel or bridge.” Continue reading »

“Affected Cities”: The Duperb Dark Concept Artworks of Thomas Dubois

From a young age, Thomas Dubois has always loved to draw and create any kind of story. His background in Architecture and his passion for creation led him to produce a wide variety of visuals, award winning projects and scenarios. From his studio in the South of France Thomas creates stories and concept for film, entertainment and design industries. Continue reading »

45 Comics With Twisted Endings For People With A Dark Sense Of Humor

If there were fifty shades of darkness in comics, these would be next-level dark. French art director and comic artist Rémi Lascault has been shaking the online world with his very dark jokes since 2017 and 60.4K followers on Instagram can’t get enough. Continue reading »

“Darkness is Spreading Rapidly Lately”: The Superb Dark Photo Works and ‘Baugasm’ Posters by Vasjen Katro

Vasjen is a Graphic and Visual Designer from Albania. He has been designing Mobile Applications, Websites and Ads for 10+ years. Continue reading »

The Dark Pen and Ink Drawings of Richey Beckett

Richey Beckett is a pen and ink illustrator based in the Welsh countryside. He has lent his detailed and intricate line to the record covers of some of the world’s biggest bands: Foo Fighters, Pixies, Queen of the Stone Age… Continue reading »

“Rise and Shine”: The Superb Gloomy Pop-Art Illustrations of Bogdan Timchenko

There are no criteria for creativity, everything can be called art, declares Krasnoyarsk illustrator Bogdan Timchenko. Today he is a popular artist of both bright and gloomy pop-art sketches and posters. Continue reading »

“Sketching From The Imagination”: The Dark Universe Of Konstantin Kostadinov

Have I ever told you how much I love the slightly dark and gloomy universe? That’s good because for some time now I’ve been following Konstantin Kostadinov on his various social networks, and I immediately fell in love with his graphic style and his mysterious universe so special. Continue reading »

“Inferno”: The Superb Dark and Demonic Concept Artworks by Daena Key

Daena Key is a talented CG artist, based in Russia.

“War of illusions, verbal chaos, fighting for the steering wheel, hope for the best, blind faith; egos multiplied by billions, where everyone thinks they are unique – the ingredients of a perfect hell,” she writes. Continue reading »