I mean, the resemblance is downright uncanny, not to mention the shade they picked for it.
That new logo is TOTALLY a stylized Elder Sign.
I for one hail our new cthonic overlords.
Altered Art And AssemblageAltered Art and Assemblage has been a favorite past time that originated in the early 20th century, with some dating back even further. In the last five years, this fun adventure has really taken off, and has even achieved new heights for it's genre. This art form encompasses alot of different styles, but the underlying concept remains the same - alter or recycle something, and make a new item.Altered Art And Assemblage by 2dazed
For the longest time Assemblage, or "Found Art" as it's mostly referred to, was scoffed at as being non-art. It was thought of as being a non-conventional means of achieving artistic success. Through the years, it slowly developed from being an Artist's inner joke of a true concept of what art is, to being a widely accepted and ever growing trend. Of course, giving each piece a title has dramatically helped with the influence. People have started to master the art of taking found objects not originally meant to be used in an artistic way, and have created a niche for themselves by pushing the ar
The Cutting Edge 47/09The Cutting Edge is a weekly article that features brand new selected high quality art products that caught our eyes.The Cutting Edge 47/09 by Thunderstatement
Check out the cutting edge prints some of your fellow artists have submitted in the past week!
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Not much is known about Dmitri Arbacauskas, before he came riding in out of the east with only a paintbrush, a leather punch, and a host of mad ideas snaking their way through his head. It's said that he's one of the few people to have attended Cornish College of the arts, and possibly Miskatonic University as well. It's also said that he's been known to howl at the moon, and to hold strange rituals on its dark, demanding sacrifices of rum, tobacco, and entire bottles of paint. |
But then, people tend to say a lot of things.
Who am I? An artist. A bit of a geek. A bit crazy, sure, but then, that's all of us these days. I'd rather let my work speak for itself, rather than you try to deduce how my own personal history affects it (generally, it doesn't), but should you feel the need to find out more about me, you can always try my personal Twitter or Tumblr accounts.
Current Residence: Seattle, deviantWEAR sizing preference: Men's Large, Personal Quote: This is mine. There are many others like it, but this one is mine.