Surreal drawings of creatures like something from a horror film or an experiment gone wrong by self-taught artist Danny Malboeuf based in North Carolina. The closest thing I can compare his drawings to is the work on Hieronymous Bosch (1450–1516) with his fantastic imagery, detailed landscapes, and illustrations of religious concepts and narratives. Stylistically, he describes his work as having "an affinity to surrealism, symbolism, and the decadents—with a healthy appreciation of the Pre-Raphaelites and the Nazarenes." Further, Malboeuf states that he loves strong lines and containment and that "even the most intolerable atrocity can be tolerated if it’s behind glass."
I detest the degenerate cezannisms/renoirisms that led to the greater part of the 20th century being an artistic wasteland… Not that I dislike wastelands, but we must be careful into which particular dystopia we choose to invest ourselves in.