It’s no secret that some artists like concealing personal information in their work, such as their initials. American artist Jeff Lee Johnson, on the other hand, takes it to a whole new level. Jeff makes computer drawings that seem harmless at first sight but get more creepy as you look closer.
It’s enough to make the hair on the back of your neck rise when you discover all kinds of mysterious elements concealed in his drawings, such as gory handprints and slimy tentacles.
#1. Rue The Day
Although he thinks he’s a little more hopeful than him. When Jeff received an assignment from Fantasy Flight Games, where he works as an art director, to depict a 1920s train full of all kinds of nefarious people, he truly got to explore the Lovecraftian universe.
“When that painting was done, I realized I’d discovered a fascinating thread to pull on, so I started thinking of a series based on that subject,” the artist said. “We adopt the perspective of someone taking a good first look at new surroundings in each picture. Although they are all brave fans of travel and new experiences, not all of these observers are unbiased, which seems reasonable, and some may not be particularly pleasant.”
#2. Under the Boardwalk
#3. The Grand International Hotel
#4. Blue Plate Special
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