HUSH artwork

Jeremy HUSH is an amazing artist from Philadelphia.
By mainly using ballpoint and watercolors within an earthy color palette, he is creating a creepy atmosphere that is showing us bleak but beautiful female corpses surrounded by a decaying natural world.. His detailed works somehow remind me of a modern Art Nouveau painting.

“He shows us that while in life we may feast on the corpses of all living things on this planet, mowing them down with our wants and paving over their needs, in the end they will thrive on us, their roots and beaks claiming our bodies as their home.” – CVLT Nation

Here you’ll leave for Jeremy’s blogspot!


The artwork of JOHN DYER BAIZLEY

John Baizley is a painter and musician based in Savannah, Georgia.
He is known for his album cover art and t-shirts designs for artists including Kylesa, Pig Destroyer, Darkest Hour, Kvelertak, and his own band, Baroness.

Baroness – Blue Record Cover

Baizley’s artwork is very intricate and detailed usually consisting of iconic imagery, warm colors, and religious or sometimes anti-religious elements. He repeatedly uses the female form in a very stylized way to tell a story within each work.

Kvelertak Cover

“My goal is to find a narrative and theoretic balance without seeming either too overtly pretentious or too simple and comical” (John Dyer Baizley). His style is heavily influenced by the famous artist Alphonse Mucha.

Darkest Hour – Deliver Us Cover

Kylesa Cover
A Perfect Monster — Official art blog of John Dyer Baizley