The Work of Argentina's Santiago Caruso

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
We have shown you the work of Argentina illustrator and fine artist, Santiago Caruso, who sways toward the dark, macabre elements of the imagination, on the site before. This morning we came across this some more of his fantastic imagery and we remembered why we love the dark, classic Juxtapozian look. Beautiful, twisted work!

Chilling Works by Santiago Caruso

Illustration // Monday, April 08, 2013
Santiago Caruso is an Argentinean artist born in Buenos Aires. Covering subjects of fear, passion, desolation and violence, it's surprising that Caruso is twenty-nine years old. Having a classic painting technique and creating illustrations that look like they've come out of an 1800's science illustration book, Caruso has style and skills beyond his years…

Santiago Caruso  

Illustration // Thursday, November 24, 2011
Santiago Caruso's work is both magnificent and macabre. In his book, La Condesa Sangrienta, he depicts the murder of 650 girls by the Countess Bathory. The book, written by Alejandra Pizarnik shows the beauty of the women that were murdered, and also the bizarre fascination of the killer.

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