Aug 29, 2014 4:09pm
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knockingghosts:

Got featured in this issue of Communication Arts Design Annual! Go check it out, I have a two page spread.
Aug 29, 2014 11:43am
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samanthamashillustration:

“Confractum Monstrum.”
Samantha Mash 2014
Website
Art Tumblr
Behance
Inprnt Shop

Morning reblog for the morning people (will delete later!)
Aug 29, 2014 1:01am
REBLOG with 330 notes
“Confractum Monstrum.”
Samantha Mash 2014

Website

Art Tumblr
Behance
Inprnt Shop

That Anything Ghost podcast during a night driving shift was probably a bad idea- do you constantly look over your shoulder after listening to those?
-beesunderthehood

Not really, they can freak me out a little, but I only listen to them during the day when I am working at my coding/design job. I can see why it might be a bit more scary when you are working a night driving shift though!


You mentioned "ghost story podcasts" on Twitter. Is it to much to ask where/what you were listening to?
-Anonymous

Not at all, right now I’ve been listening to “Anything Ghost” and it is pretty well done.


Hey there, love your intrusive thoughts print! I was wondering if there is anyway you could post your brush set again? The link goes to a download to a word doc in Spanish and I'm not sure if the seven days are up. Sorry of the inconvenience :(
-Anonymous

That is because they were only up for a week, I’ll put them up again—but you only have seven days starting today to download them!


What do you look like?
-Anonymous

A human.

Flesh covered skeleton under the “read more”.

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As a happy happenstance I ordered a print from my Inprnt Shop a while ago to check out the quality of the print and it came today on my birthday!

It looks amazing (though arrived a bit slow—though with something that is as precious as a print I don’t mind), and I hope everyone who ordered prints has had the same experience. New work will be going up there soon I hope, in the mean time though there are still six images you can order prints and cases of.


I'm not the one who asked for them but thanks so much for the download to your brushes! I've really been enjoying them.
-nanarae

You like them?

I am so happy that they are enjoyable!


When did you first start using surrealist imagery? Who is your favorite surrealist?
-Anonymous

I don’t know if I’d call my work surrealist, but I know my imagery was influenced by movies I watched over and over as a child.

The Yellow Submarine movie and the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory movies were things I watched over and over everyday between the ages of three and four. There is no way I walked away from those without picking up a lot of the imagery they put into those two, especially Yellow Submarine.

Add into that a strong interest in creepy things and being surrounded by tons of great artists who are into similar things and you get the work that I produce.