Horror Art: Eyes of Chaos

Published in numerous publications and CD packages worldwide, Eyes of Chaos has created imagery for just about every horror medium in the genre.

Including:
– Created book cover art for number of horror’s finest authors.
– CD art and packaging for hundreds of music acts.
– Self-published 3 art/illustration books titled: “Madness on Parade”, “Inner“, & “Dark Visions”.
– A regular illustration contributor to several national publications.

HISTORY:
– In 1992, Created Eyes of Chaos to serve as simply an online portfolio.
– In 1997, Eyes of Chaos was established as a permanent fixture and online presence to cater to horror graphic needs.
– In 2005, Nightmare Kinetics was formed in the interest of post production and film making.

ARTISTIC INFLUENCES:
Sounds of David Bowie, Gary Numan, NIN, and the films of Lynch, Kubrik, Cronenberg, Tony Scott, & Oliver Stone.

EYES OF CHAOS BOOKS:
To purchase Eyes of Chaos books – You can order per print on demand from this link

WEBSITE:
www.eyesofchaos.com (WEBSITE CLOSED)

UPDATE: eyesofchaos.com  SITE is currently on hiatus till further notice
You can contact the artist directly at news@horrornews.net for private freelance work
Previous ART is still available for CD covers or Book covers, email here directly for access to archives

This entry was posted in Art, Horror Artists and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

Also, if you like following updates on industry Horror News..
Make sure to subscribe to our RSS Feed!

About Horrornews.net

Horrornews.net is a popular Horror Genre site.

HNN is a full featured Horror resource that focuses on News, Upcoming Horror Film Releases, Reviews, Articles, Interviews, Art, Trailers and Industry Features.

HNN is aimed at providing one of the Top resources for the film and book reviews to consumers by covering a large spectrum of Horror titles combined with Cult films, Asian Horror and Extreme Underground Films.

One Response to Horror Art: Eyes of Chaos

  1. Dan says:

    I see all these links for the website for art, but they all just link me back here. Does the artist no longer have a portfolio site? I’ve been wanting to use some of his stuff for my band for years.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>