‘Bury Death on a Full Moon.’
Artist Matt Crabe is one helluva prolific guy. He makes paintings, prints, drawings, ‘zines, books, pins, death threats, t-shirts, and giant hanging paper demons which all feature his beautifully grotesque and NSFW creations.
Crabe draws intricate Day-Glo colored monsters, ravenous demons, and deformed super freaks that burst off the page like some weird unnameable creatures from the very worst kind of nightmare. As you can tell, I dig Crabe’s work a lot. He’s tapped into something that connects trippy childhood cartoon figures with a scatological glee for sex and bodily functions.
Based in Asbury Park, NJ, Crabe drops his work down from Heaven—or so he says, indeed he calls himself “Heaven’s favorite man”—and sells it via his online store, and shares through his Instagram and Tumblr. Check more of Matt Crabe’s work here.
‘The End of the Drought.’
‘When water isn’t enough for the flowers anymore.’
See more strange monstrosities, after the jump…