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grin-dog:

what-the-fuck-deviantart:

Mr Smile jpg and Jeffrey (by BaptismOnFire)

this is delightful.

grin-dog:

what-the-fuck-deviantart:

Mr Smile jpg and Jeffrey (by BaptismOnFire)

this is delightful.

the-goddamn-doomguy:

Shambler by Arteshu

psshaw:

vertebraeanthology:

HELLO EVERYONE. GUESS WHAT. 

Our kickstarter has launched.

We’ve got some killer artwork, created by killer artists whose work will thrill (but not kill) you. We’ve got a goal of $12,000. 

The book itself not only features dozens of illustrations, but several comic shorts by our talented artists—as well as a personal bio pages with illustrated portraits! In total there are 148 pages of art work. The illustrations will all be printed in color on a coated, heavy weight matte paper. The book will be 8.5 x 11 and perfect bound with a gloss varnished soft cover. All this from 32 amazing artists.

So please check out our project. If you like gore, horror, the weird or the unusual, we would be grateful for your support!

We have until Sat, Jun 6 2014 1:54 AM EDT to make our goal.

Support our project here: Kickstarter 
Follow our blog & updates here:  Tumblr

I’M IN THIS.

…Aaaand I’ll be cleverer about it later. Let’s not pretend this is the only time I’ll have to plug this.


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SHIT SHIT SHIT →

this definitely qualifies for this blog

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weirdletter:

Puppy, by Allison Sommers, via allisonsommers.com.

weirdletter:

Puppy, by Allison Sommers, via allisonsommers.com.

pixomancy:

Biopunk project

pixomancy:

Biopunk project

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cenobites-:

this is like christmas

IM

(Source: candarian-demon, via candarian-demon)

i don’t know if there’s a term for terrestrial globsters, but i enjoy them a lot. this one has been making the rounds on spooky paranormal sites. it reminded me of a goat, but someone in the comments suggested a young llama / alpaca (heavily dessicated) and that’s probably a much better fit with the length of the neck.
the things at the bottom look like bones but i think it’s more likely someone poking it with a metal stick or something in the background. 

i don’t know if there’s a term for terrestrial globsters, but i enjoy them a lot. this one has been making the rounds on spooky paranormal sites. it reminded me of a goat, but someone in the comments suggested a young llama / alpaca (heavily dessicated) and that’s probably a much better fit with the length of the neck.

the things at the bottom look like bones but i think it’s more likely someone poking it with a metal stick or something in the background. 

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king-cholera:

BIOCIDE TRIPTYCH

ink & watercolor