TAKATO YAMAMOTO

The paintings of Takato Yamamoto have a vicious beauty; their stunning detail is akin to the Ukiyo-e woodblock prints of the century that initially influenced his work, but Yamamoto

Takato Yamamoto Necrophantasmagoria (inside page)

New book is a special treat for those who love Takato Yamamoto's art. Each completed painting also has the original underdrawing reproduced along with a description of the work in Japanese and English.

Obsessed With Skulls • I can totally see a cat doing this.

TATTOO IDEA Black cats know skulls make the most comfortable, and stylish, of beds. (Cat and Skull Lino-cut by PaperWaspNest)

Yamamoto, Digital Art, Tattoo, Artist, Harry Clarke, Tattoo Art, Tattoos, Tattoo Ink, A Tattoo

Perfectly creepy artwork by Jean Marembert, circa 1947. #creepitreal

illustrations from 1927 by Jean Marembert for Petrus Borel's book, "Le Lycanthrope." Good Shirt or Tank idea

You just can't go wrong with skeletons, skulls and the female figure.  Really cool things going on in this illustration.  Not sure who the artist is but would love to find out.

death art Black and White creepy horror gore dark skull morbid skeleton Macabre crow

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Amazing art by Takato Yamamoto

Hand to Eye, Death grim reaper Father Time scythe maid girl woman dance danse macabre skull skeleton

山本タカト  Yamamoto Takato

“ Takato Yamamoto Takato Yamamoto is widely known for his “Ukiyo-e Pop” style of painting. He explores themes of darkness, bondage, vampires, metamorphosis, love and death.

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