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…

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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