The Art of Giuseppe Cristiano

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This is why I started “The Art of Horror“; to showcase the amazing work of artists from all around the world. Giuseppe Cristiano’s work will blow you away — simple as that. He’s a former comic artist and has been drawing storyboards for almost two decades and his experience really shines through in his unbelievable art. While I may know next to nothing about art, I do know incredible work when I see it. And that’s what we’ve got here folks! All of his work has the same style but he brings something new to each and every piece. If I had to pick a favorite, I’d have to go with his take on John Landis’ 1981 classic An American Werewolf in London. It’s the iconic transformation scene from the film and it’s all sorts of badass. If you want to see more art from Cristiano, be sure to head over to his site and have a look around. Enjoy!

website: http://www.framingfilms.com/ ; http://giuseppecristiano.tumblr.com/

twitter: @peppecristiano

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If you want to see more cool art like this, head over to The Art of Horror where Giuseppe Cristiano joins many other fantastic artists — be sure to leave the lights on!

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If you are ever attacked by a gorilla just sit back and relax while you enjoy the once in a life time feeling of your limbs being ripped off.

6 thoughts on “The Art of Giuseppe Cristiano

  1. I’ve been sketching since I was a kid and now am 55,sketched everything u can imagine except horror,guess what I’m going to do later!!!

    1. That’s great! You’d be surprised how many artists draw inspiration from horror films. So many classic scenes and what’s better than drawing monsters!?

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