My Bloody Valentine
Illustrator and animator Elliott Quince has taken the rather unusual route of expressing Valentine's Day sentiment with a series of new illustrations of love crazed zombies, suitably gouged via the medium of linocut...
"With the 14th of February just around the corner, I wanted to give the general public a Valentine's card option that didn't centre around flowers, teddy bears and hearts," explains Quince, "but instead had a theme that was slightly different but no less romantic – in an alternative sense of the word," he continues.
The illustrations will adorn Valentine's Day cards that sadly won't be available to buy this year, but rather will appear in a self promotional pack that the artist is currently sending out to ADs and art buyers.
See more of Quince's work at quinkyart.com
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