Category: Cthulhu Mythos

  • One Way Out

    One Way Out

    “One Way Out” – We all know the tale – in the days when the Minoans ruled the Aegean, the Labyrinth of Knossos was the lair of the Minotaur, Asterion, son of Queen Pasiphae and step-son of King Minos. The tale often claims that the way into the Labyrinth was […]

  • O, Fortuna!

    O, Fortuna!

    “O, Fortuna!” – Fortuna, imperatrix mundi, the two-faced god Janus awaits beyond the veil. What mask have you for him to wear this year? Happy 2015, everyone! May fortune smile on you and yours more than ever this year.

  • New England Gothic

    New England Gothic

    New England Gothic – A Hallowe’en 2014 render inspired by Grant Woods’ famous “American Gothic“. Hope I’ve done HPL justice here…

  • A Brumalian Wish

    A Brumalian Wish

    A Brumalian Wish – a festive render inspired by the eponymous Yuletide poem by H. P. Lovecraft, who is hopefully recognisable in the picture: A Brumalian Wish From the damnable shadows of madness, From the corpse-ridden hollow of Weir, Comes a horrible message of gladness, And a ghost-guided poem of […]

  • Better Luck Next Year Lil Cthulhu!

    Better Luck Next Year Lil Cthulhu!

    Better Luck Next Year Lil Cthulhu! – or Apocaly-xmas 2012 – was another bit of funstuff done for the 2012 holiday season, this time prompted by the worldwide devastation resulting from the Mayan Apocalypse. Or at least, the lack of it. As we all know(?), the ancient Mayans knew more […]

  • Sentinel of R’lyeh

    Sentinel of R'lyeh

    Sentinel of R’lyeh is an homage to the Cthulhu Mythos of H.P. Lovecraft. Fellow fans will have noticed that the Sentinel is far too small to be the Big C himself. Of course, Cthulhu lies dreaming until the stars are right, so in the meantime, his tomb must be guarded […]