John Donald Carlucci
John Donald Carlucci (°1965, Pittsburgh, United States) is an artist strongly influenced by the works of Michael Butkus, Arthur Adams, Mike Mignola, Hans Rüdi Giger, and Franz von Bayros.
He works in ink, pencil, sculpture, and assemblage. Rust and decay fill much of his imagery. He can create a work of darkness and despair and then jump to another image of pulpy fun filled with oddness and color.
His philosophy is simple – to give form to fears that lurk in the twilight between sleep and waking.