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Horror Artists

The industry’s top horror art talent covering a variety of illustrators, painters, collagists, surrealists and dark artistry creators. While “horror art” did have a boost during the later 90’s, it soon became over saturated with savvy digital manipulators to the point of being highly derivative.

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We at HorrorNews.net fully support the horror art community in our efforts to alert others of new talents, new techniques being used, and the pioneers of horror advertising products. While typically this is a place for new talent, we also want to include (when appropriate) the core influencers. Hopefully this will spark your own separate journey to check out their collective web sites, art books and horror artisan contrubtuions. Horror Art is something that will always prevail whether it moves to becoming retro of cutting edge…folks like their scary pictures.

Horror Artists

Horror Art: Michael Savas

BIO: Michael’s professional career spans both traditional and technology-based methods. He began his professional career as an advertising and technical illustrator in the early 1980s, creating illustrations for the aerospace and retail industries. Some of his clients have included: Mitsubishi, Seiko Instruments, Mars Candy, Beckman Instruments and Sega Games. His personal work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, …

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Horror Art: Chaz

BIO: Fan of lowbrow art, comic strips and horror/sexploitation movies of the 1970s. Much of my personal work tends to reflect these influences, while still (I hope) forging an identifiable style. Trained as a graphic illustrator ’93 – ’96 but now produce visual art as a hobby, while concentrating on my main love of writing prose fiction. Published first own …

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Horror Art: Jeff Gaither

BIO: Gaither is one of Kentucky’s most unusual and well known artists. Born in Louisville in 1960, Jeff has been practicing his particular blend of horror and rock art for over 30 years. To quote R. Scott Bolton/Editor, Rough Edge; “Jeff Gaither’s work is an artist whose unmistakable style is a perfect complement to music for that perfect marriage of …

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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 …

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Horror Art: Jason Beam

BIO: For the past decade, Jason Beam has been working in the digital art medium, creating intricate illustrations through computer generated means. Combining photography, found objects and hand-drawn elements, his frenetic detail and unique style has established him as a prevailing artist in the digital medium. Jason Beam¹s combination of surrealism and photography creates art that cannot be created in …

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Horror Art: April A. Taylor

Bio: April A Taylor is a Dark Art & Fine Art photographer from Detroit, MI. Some of her earliest childhood memories involve Michael Jackson’s Thriller video, the original Nightmare on Elm Street movies and reading Clive Barker’s Books of Blood series, all of which she credits with introducing her at a young age to her first love — horror. After …

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Horror Art: Amer Shihab

DeadArms Artwork – Amer Shihab is an illustrator from Bristol, United Kingdom, specializing in Horror / Macabre illustrations and creature designs. Previously worked on cover artwork for several underground Death / Gore metal bands, and has built a solid online fan base through the use of social networking sites, such as MySpace. This has helped establish himself as a strong …

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