Jump scares, begone: Here some of our favorite horror films that work on a subtle, engrossing, atmospheric scale. Turn the lights down, grab the popcorn, and settle in for a scare.
Join Dear Darkling as we sit down to chat with JP Ahonen, creator of black metal comic Belzebubs (you know, the one all your friends keep sharing with you).
Somewhere between life and death, in a liminal space of melancholia and dark beauty lies the work of Dylan Garrett Smith. The Pennsylvania-based artist creates stunning pieces that explore nature's fragile cycle of bloom and decay. Smith's website describes him as: "An
Emil Melmoth crafts medical anomalies with a distinctly Catholic symbology that are incredibly disturbing yet impeccably, gorgeously detailed. Who can resist a bloody good sculpture, anyway?
With the turn of a crank or the flick of a switch, the layered and intricate art of Jamie Winn comes to life, spinning us tales of fear and folklore.
Deftly cutting, folding, and affixing paper into extraordinary shapes, these twelve paper cutting artists are revolutionizing the artform.