"Good God, what is that?"

Bringing The Darkness in

Hand sculpted and painted.  Dog fur meticulously layered. Cemetery dirt painted onto the base.  Human bone gently set into the sculpt in the region of the brain.  

This is what I’ve witness meth do to individuals.  It left them them hollowed out.

“Confusing and yet familiar. It's like I was having a lucid nightmare and it came to life. My therapist has booked me for twice a week for the next year. Thank you!”

uncomfortable and charming

From the mind of a mad woman.  But that’s okay, I’ve yet to hear a voice I disagreed with.

One Of a kind art

All my ideas are original.  Concepts are from lucid dreams and mental breakdowns

Fresh Ideas

Nothing inspires me more than being forced to sit through PTA meetings and social exchanges.  Holy crap, normal people irritate me to no end… but the good news is I survive by visualizing some pretty odd creatures stomping through the meetings.

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Let your inner darkness out.

I can’t think of a single reason to conform to other’s standards.  I can see where it might make some days possibly easier, but that’s not always fun.  Let your wildest thoughts live free.  Decorate your dwelling with your fears (or even more fun, the fears of others… reduces house guest).  Free your inner darkness.  Allow it to permeate the air.  Darkness will flow through your halls and wake you up with a nip on the heel.  Better than a cup of coffee if you ask me!!!

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Image Sources: Bringingthedarknessin.com, All photos taken by me in what I like to pretend is my spare time.  More to come… just need to ignore my kids a little bit more.

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