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Monster Mash!

The universal classics are iconic designs, loved by all. These artists were clearly inspired by these public domain characters to create their own take on the Monster concept. Check it out!

Franky by Asher Ben Alpay

Naked, sexless Frankenstein looking mean, green and ready to body slam anyone with a  pitchfork!

Dracula Pack1 Low by Sergio Palomino

More “Alucard” than “Dracula”, this Castlevania inspired illustration shows how keeping some of the iconic pieces of the originals can make new takes still be a classic.

Dracula by Chema Mansilla

The Bram Stroker’s Dracula movie character design clearly left an impression on Chema Mansilla, giving the world this wispy, paint-like piece.

Wisconsin Werewolf by Álvaro Nebot

The unwilling monster, captured with perfection by Álvaro. A self-exile into nature.

Lycancoin by Álvaro Nebot

This Wolfman doesn’t seem to hesitate, a modern take on the original.

Kraken by Chris DiPaola

Sure, “Clash of Titans” isn’t an universal classic. But the figure of the “Kraken” is a Bonafide classic as you can get a monster in the 80’s. This art represents that, a monster that needs more modern love. (No, the recent “Clash of Titans” movie doesn’t count.)

Gorgan Lord Of The Deep by Crystal Sully

The Creature of the black lagoon, often ignored, forgotten, but it’s fully realized here by Crystal Sully. Let’s hear it from the Lord of the Deep!

About the Author Arthur De Martino

The google wearing super hero know as "Wasp Eye Lad" has a secret identity: Arthur De Martino, a quiet Brazilian man who loves Digital Art a bit too much.

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