Humans are the Problem Anthology News: New Art from Mahesh Hirugade

August 23, 2021

The art for the “Humans are the Problem: A Monster’s Anthology” is in, and it is CRACK-A-LACK-in’. The artist in residence on this project, Mahesh Hirugade, is a master sketch artist, and has presented 20 stories with custom artwork that reflect the unsettling, uncanny, and terrifyingly beautiful natures of these dark tales.

Each piece of artwork deftly connects with the main themes and images of each unique and new tale.

Aquarium Diver by Philip Fracassi, Art by Mahesh Hirugade

Aquarium Diver by Philip Fracassi, Art by Mahesh Hirugade

In Aquarium Diver by Philip Fracassi,

 

My Friend Nessie by J.H. Moncrieff, Art by Mahesh Hirugade

My Friend Nessie by J.H. Moncrieff, Art by Mahesh Hirugade

In My Friend Nessie by J.H. Moncreiff

On This Side of the Veil by Gabino Iglesias, Art by Mahesh Hirugade

On This Side of the Veil by Gabino Iglesias, Art by Mahesh Hirugade

In On This Side of the Veil by Gabino Iglesias, a woman with the ability to see ghosts is drawn to a terrifying an inhuman spectre that is inhabiting the home of an unsuspecting victim.

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