Don Kenn

Story of a monster who rescues an abandoned child and begins to raise it. It goes through the normal trials of parenthood, plus trying to teach the child to be human.

Pintor de pesadillas... Zdzislaw Beksinski...

Pintor de pesadillas... Zdzislaw Beksinski...

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i can just imagine this happening as eizzil is thinking about the past, questioning her choice, wondering if she was betraying enna by doing this, wondering if her heart was right. she can keep from sniffling, and then jamal comes and comforts her.

"Why does Howell punish me?" she thought as tears fell down her cheeks "I thought he forgot me"

Eden goes through many year of depression before finally deciding that she was going to enjoy her life, even if she was insane. During that time is when we see her darkest works of art ✯ Despair . By *MichaelBrack*✯

Don't look at this Dead Space 2 concept art unless you've got a strong stomach

Don't look at this Dead Space 2 concept art unless you've got a strong stomach

If you were worried that Dead Space 2 was abandoning horror for action, some new concept art should set your mind at ease — and give you nightmares at the same time.

John Kenn est né au Danemark, il écrit et dirige des émissions de télévision pour enfants, mais à ses heures perdues, il dessine sur des Post-it un univers enfantin lugubre remplis de monstres gigantesques et de formes inquiétantes.

Edward Gorey was the master of understated terrors, and if he& ever illustrated the madness-inducing monsters of HP Lovecraft, they might look like John Kenn Mortensen& Post-It Monstres, in which horrific beasts loom over remarkably unperturbed kiddies.


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