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Julian Callos makes creepy fairytales

08 OCT 2009 | Posted By: Katie

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Julian Callos makes creepy fairytales

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Remember Disney's The Sorcerer's Apprentice? When all the buckets came to life and threatened to drown little Mickey, and it was a little morbid and scary? Los Angeles-based artist Julian Callos seems to have embraced that version of Disney. The version that is semi-sweet but with a really sinister undertone. The way fairytales used to be.

Creating artworks involving skulls, creepy men, day of the dead motifs, drownings and all kinds of macabre themes, Callos's work is still pretty to look at. And that is a skill.

More at juliancallos.tumblr.com.
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There are "8" comment(s) on "Julian Callos makes creepy fairytales"

Senior Member Bibianca
This is some creepy cool stuff.
Bibianca  -  4 years ago
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Senior Member divkid
Seriously great post. Thanks.
divkid  -  4 years ago
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Senior Member oobe
Loving this!!
oobe  -  4 years ago
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Senior Member AA23AC79
I´ve never seen illustrations too cool.
AA23AC79  -  4 years ago
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Senior Member DinosaurSandwich
i didn't find it creepy at all, it is just too beautiful!
DinosaurSandwich  -  4 years ago
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Senior Member divkid
Same colouring technique as James Jean
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Respect Ryzz
brilliant stuff
Ryzz  -  4 years ago
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Senior Member terriblereactor
incredible*
terriblereactor  -  4 years ago
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