Jólakötturinn the Yule Cat A monster from Icelandic folklore, a huge and vicious cat said to haunt the snowy countryside during Christmas time.
Odin The Gift Giver The idea of an oldman with a beard bringing gifts at Yule time can be traced back to the norse god Odin who wandered the land at midwinter rewarding good children with gifts.
Holda which means “gracious one” is a highly revered Teutonic Goddess. Holda is closely associated with Winter and Yule as it is Holda that brings the snow.
Emotional Support Monster
The Forbidden Forest
The Black Glove
The Bride of Trumpenstein
Jakob Reece Moggy Strangler
Boris Numbskull Island
The Last Jezi
The Walking Dead PM
The Cat movie poster
Stop Staring at Cats poster
Election Day poster
Enjoy Your Cuckoos book cover
Famous Monsters of the Whitehouse Trumpenstein’s Monster
Professor Whom book cover
Professor Whom regenerated book cover
Haunted Ephemera series
Incident at the Haunted Factory
The Spider’s Stratagem
The Promised Womb
The Silver Trees
the moth gown
old black bob no1 in the giants series
Magoth the One Eye no2 in the Giants series
Isleen the Fair no3 in the giants series
Original Dark Fantasy Art
These images are from my entry to the 2015 folio illustration competition, the text was a collection of short ghost stories.
Cover design for The Folio Collection of Ghost Stories
A tale of an empty house
The treasure of abbot thomas
The upper berth
I created this painting as a birthday gift for my wife. It is a tribute to a cat which used to visit us regularly and was the friendliest cat we had ever encountered, we nicknamed him “Boney” because he was so skinny.