Folk Horror Revival is proud to present the Young Artist of the Month winner for January 2018 as Luis Dutton . His winning picture was this great rendition of Stonehenge shown above, the following drawings are also by Luis.
He wins a copy of the book Hares in the Moonlight by Sharron Kraus.
We also received these fantastic pictures below from other Young Artists.
by Esme Dutton
by Max Whistlecraft
by Mia Newholm
by Ava Paananen
To enter your child’s art into the Folk Horror Revival: Young Artist of the Month competition –
Please send scans or photographs of the child’s work by email to email@example.com
Please include the child’s name and age
(the competition is open to children up to the age of 12).
Please include a postal address so that we can send a certificate to each young artist and the book to that month’s winner. (Email and postal addresses will not be shared online nor with any other party and will be used by us only in association to this competition. )
By submitting the child’s work you agree to us potentially publishing it in a book containing all the Young Artist competition entries (the book would likely be printed in black and white). Such a book will be non-profit for Folk Horror Revival / Wyrd Harvest Press with all sales profits being charitably donated to The Wildlife Trusts environmental, community and conservation projects.
All young artists will be granted a free PDF digital copy of the book, (as we utilise Print on Demand and are non profit, we are alas unable to supply young artists with hard-copy paper editions of the book).
The monthly winner of the competition will receive a copy of the book
Hares in the Moonlight by Sharron Krauss.
All Young artists will receive a little Thank You by post.
Chris Lambert Singing
Jason Atomic is an artist inspired by a love of underground cultures, scenes and fashion tribes, he investigates and documents them in his sketchbooks as quick, clean line drawings.
This love of fashion has led to collaborations with labels Charles of London, Yes!Future! & Milkboy Tokyo.
His speedy drawing style led to the development of live portrait sketching performances in galleries, clubs and at events around the world, during these he makes life-size, full-length sketches of his willing victims in marker pen on long rolls of paper. In 2008 he set an un-official world land/speed record for portraiture at The National Portrait Gallery, London.
He has curated various art shows on occult & comic book themes, Including Hail To The King (a tribute to Jack Kirby), Iconography Of Mask, Image Duplicator (a response to Roy Lichtenstein) & Magick Eye.
More recently, upon discovering that an anagram of his name is ‘Satanic Mojo’, he has embarked on a multi-platform collaborative project of that title. Inspired by cults, conspiracy theories and the counter culture.
This has spawned ‘Satanic Mojo Comix’, an annual ‘Festival Of Dark Arts’ and seasonal ‘Satanic Flea Market’
The Satanic Mojo Manifesto
On October 16th Jason ventured into the hallowed halls of the British Museum to observe and capture the Folk Horror Revival: Otherworldly event … this is what he saw …
Jim Peters & Sharron Kraus
Andy Paciorek & Darren Charles
James Riley & Gary Lachman
Shirley Collins & Reece Shearsmith
All Images © Jason Atomic
The Folk Horror genre is teeming with powerful imagery, stark visions that press into the viewer’s mind, and we want the FHR website to present this imagery as clearly as possible. To accomplish this, in part, we use the site’s header function as a gallery of images taken from across the genre…and we want you to help build this gallery by submitting new images.
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