Lovecraftian Art Exhibit

Date and time: 
Sunday, May 3, 2015 -
10:00am to 5:00pm
Scheduled Location: 
Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles

Psychedelic dreamscapes, cosmic horrors,trans Neptunian worlds, evils from the briny deep and our souls.

Liv Rainey-Smith was introduced to the art of printmaking at Oregon College of Art and Craft where she received her BFA in 2008. Since graduation, she has worked full time as a xylographic printmaker in Portland, Oregon. In 2013 she took the business name Xylographilia, which translates as “Love of Woodcut,” to reflect her passion for the art form. She is inspired by early European prints, folklore, fiction, and the natural world. In addition to her self-directed work, Rainey-Smith enjoys collaborating with writers and publishers.

Warlock of Astrological Psychotropic Poetry here to create pieces of bizzarro for you to hang in your abode and love. As much i love crafting the galore of ghoulies gaggling in my guts.  Art is good for your brain tummy

Mike Dubisch has been bringing a Lovecraftian twist to his fantasy art, illustration and comics for a quarter century, beginning in his mid teens. The versatile artist has created Star Wars and Dungeons and Dragons toys, animated DVD covers for the World Wrestling Federation, designs for animated movies, and characters for MTV. His work is held in the permanent collection of The Museum of Cartoon and Comic Art. His Lovecraftian Graphic Novel WEIRDLING was published in 2007 to critical acclaim.