artist of the week

Danny Ingrassia

digital artist

Danny was born in Palermo, Italy. He started drawing as a child, which turned out to be his passion and he continues to develop it until today. During his adolescence, he attended an art school, and after graduating, he began his career as a tattoo artist. In the meantime, he decided to also start the Comics School in Palermo, from where he graduated and started his professional career. After this however, he decided that his destiny was not comics or tattooing, but creating illustrations. That was the time when his interest in dark art and horror surfaced. This particular passion for the genre of horror and cinema in general is clearly visible in his illustrations. Through a unique graphic design, the artist brings scary visions to life and tells entire stories with a single image. He is also known for creating scary reproductions of classic masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa or The Girl with a Pearl Earring. Today he works as an illustrator for companies and as a freelancer.

ventriloquist

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

ghost kid

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

close that door right now

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

inside the walls

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

beyond the door

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

supekutoramu

3 508 x 4 961 px

1,30 ETH

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Meet the artists we promoted in the past weeks

ventriloquist

by Danny Ingrassia

We know from the very first moment that this work tells a story. However, this is not an ordinary story, but rather a scary story, like those told to children when they are naughty. This story describes an anecdote about a ventriloquist who once lived in the house shown in the painting. Now that he is long dead, his spirit wanders the corners, scaring visitors or making life difficult for new residents. We only see a fragment of the moment in which it appears. Unfortunately he disappears quickly after.

1,30 ETH

ghost kid

by Danny Ingrassia

Fans of the horror style should be pleased, because this is another work straight out of a nightmare. The author said that he was creating this work thinking about a girl who died suddenly in a car accident. After her death, she returned home to find her mother. Unfortunately, she did not find her, and the house that was once her oasis was deserted. Since then, she has been wandering from room to room, despairing and longing for the life she has lost. The uniqueness of this work consists primarily in the color operation, as warm colors contrast with an extremely dark message.

1,30 ETH

close that door right now

by Danny Ingrassia

Each of us knows this feeling when we are in a bright confinement with the door slightly open to the black corridor. Each of us has thought more than once – what is hiding there? But monsters do not exist … What if there were what we can see in the picture? This dark work is very imaginative. Silhouette of the figure standing by the door and description – close this door immediately, as if someone had just noticed it. The author perfectly captures the beginning of the situation straight from the horror film.

1,30 ETH

inside the walls

by Danny Ingrassia

Something is alive in the walls of the house. Is it dangerous? They look like demons, ghosts and skeletons all at once. They are probably harmless, but it’s not worth getting close. Just in case…

It is an art work that radiates darkness and can scare even the most courageous man. Decorated in dark colors, with a sharp line and strange figures in the center. The drawn Walls are swollen, looking like roots or veins. Everything in this work greatly influences the viewer’s imagination.

1,30 ETH

beyond the door

by Danny Ingrassia

The style characteristic for the author, straight from the horror film, draws us into the picture and makes us feel anxious from the very beginning. The illustration shows a ghost-like figure or a demon that just appears or disappears in a doorway. House shown in the picture is old, abandoned and apparently – haunted. We see cobwebs in dark and gloomy room. There is, however, a light in the hall. The atmosphere is dense. The only way out of the terrifying room is blocked by the ghost described earlier.

The art work in its message is simple and raw, but very dark. However, this illustration creates the ideal atmosphere for creating a story through interpretation. It’s also satisfying for people who love the horror genre.

1,30 ETH

supekutoramu

by Danny Ingrassia

A work referring to the extremely popular culture of Japanese horror. These types of monsters, called yōkai, are numerous. Many of them have their own specific name, scare them in a certain way, for example, by sitting on the victim’s back and creating a huge burden. The phantom in the picture comes out of the walls of the rooms and looks at its sleeping victims, but most often it does not hurt them. He revels in fear itself, which it definitely evokes with its gaze. It paralyzes its victims and waits… When it leaves, the paralysis disappears. Its operation is similar to the nightmare, also known as the bane, which we know, for example, from a painting by Johann Füssli.

1,30 ETH

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