The Dark Muse I: Alfred HitchcockOne thing can be said for certain about the Horror and Macabre Photography gallery: we know what scares and disturbs us. Most horror fans can look back and think about the first film or novel that left its mark on them.The Dark Muse I: Alfred Hitchcock by Katerina423
Often there is such a loud cry for "unique! original!" artwork that we forget: every artist and artform has had some sort of influence. While we should all strive to create something "deviant", it never hurts to look into our artistic history and pay homage to those that paved the way for us.
On that note, I would like to introduce the first in a series of features that focus on the films, literature, and popular culture icons that have helped shape the face of Horror and Macabre Art.
This week's featured dark muse is none other than the king of suspense himself:
Generation after Generation of film watchers are familiar with the name Alfred Hitchcock. Even
Film Daily Deviation Collection: Vol.3- Jan08This is a collection of all Daily Deviations featured in January 2008 by Film Gallery Director O-UaglioneFilm Daily Deviation Collection: Vol.3- Jan08 by O-Uaglione
The people's choice (Film DD Poll)! Some of the frames of Artisan by Orioto, are beautiful photographies you could hang on a wall: just he way films should be! Happy 2008 everyone! May all your dreams come true!
Wonderful concept and execution of an idea. A very well told story,...a very clear message. Excellent camera angles and great edition. A film from an artist I respect a lot for his endless exploration of the dark and surreal. Explore his gallery too! BACON bit by O---u-R-sick
Now...I love surreal. But this...this is a masterpiece. See for yourself, there are no words to make justice. Lolly Jane Blue - Worms by silvanderwoerd
No better postcard from Tokyo! This deviant's gallery is a great example of what passion and creativity do when combined together. His depicition of the japanes