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Jimmy Bryant is a Professional illustrator & specialize’s in editorial illustration. He has been published and he’s always looking forward to his next job. If you like his work and would like to make contact email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scott Stearns has made a pact with sinister forces. He works mostly in black and white pen and ink, in a raw, brutal, uncomercial style. He has recently done work for the Swedish death metal band Centinex, and has also worked with Nun Slaughter, Fistula, Keelhaul, and Shifty Records. He can be contacted at email@example.com Examples of […]
After graduating from high school, Rainer Kalwitz (born 27th December 1970) worked for three years as an illustrator for the FORD-Company in Cologne. While being there he perfected the technique of precise drawing, which is important for technical presentations and is still visible in his works. In 1991 he received a certificate for extraordinary artistic […]
Marcel De Jong, goth illustrator, born 1967 in Amsterdam. Called the Skeleton Man at the age of eight, not only for being extremely skinny, but also for his obsession for drawing nothing but skulls. Institutionalized at 21 years of age by a broken heart and therefore put his pens & brushes to rest for six […]
Igor Mugerza, born in 1974 in Bilbao, (Basque Land) since beginning he has been attracted by the warrior imaginery images, later by woman figures and finally by The Almighty Metal. Totally self-taught, Some of his heavy & violence comic art can be found in zines in Spain. Currently, he is trying to perfectionate the color […]
David Robert was born in Cambridge, England. During his youth, he developed a fascination with cemeteries; during his teen years, he melded that fascination with photography, and started taking pictures of various graveyards in England and Wales. These days, living in Reno, Nevada, David has expanded his subject matter to include another fascination: music. He […]
Being involved in the arts in one form or another, most of his life, Mike Bohatch took his passion for horror movies and the love for creating bizarre images into the realm of illustration. While working many years in the digital field in all aspects of print, design, the web and multimedia it wasn’t until […]