Meet Jeff Lee Johnson- the Artist That Creates Stunning Super-Detailed Horror Images

Meet Jeff Lee Johnson. Jeff is an artist who creates some of the most horror paintings you have ever seen. At the first sight, his work looks quite normal until you start to focus on the details of it. it’s mind-blowing to analyze his work and find crazy details in every corner of his paintings. As the artist shares on his website, he grew up in rural Minnesota. He spent most of his time between reading and drawing. As a child, he was surrounded by books by authors like Edgar Rice Burroughs, Kenneth Robeson, Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, and Arthur C. Clark, which formed his character.

Fast forward he discovered the world of digital illustration and the world wide web, put two and two together, and decided to pick up art with a vengeance. The artist experimented with commercial illustration and then the delightful storytelling of the sci-fi and fantasy genres. However, he found himself more in horror. Now he splits his energies between personal projects and Art Directing for the wonderful folks at Fantasy Flight Games.

Scroll down below to check some of his work and let us know what you think of it in the comments section.

More info: jeffleejohnson.com

1. The Grand International Hotel

Jeff Lee Johnson
Jeff Lee Johnson
Jeff Lee Johnson
Jeff Lee Johnson

2. Rue The Day

Jeff Lee Johnson
Jeff Lee Johnson
Jeff Lee Johnson
Jeff Lee Johnson

3. Blue Plate Special

Jeff Lee Johnson
Jeff Lee Johnson
Jeff Lee Johnson
Jeff Lee Johnson

4. Under the Boardwalk

Jeff Lee Johnson
Jeff Lee Johnson
Jeff Lee Johnson
Jeff Lee Johnson

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Good comic reading in the afternoon is the best energy boost one can take. They say that a good laugh may prolong your life. And some people have this as a mission of their life. Making sure through their creative funny work make people laugh and joy.

Dan is also that type of comic illustrator whose profession allows him to have that honor. Being so good at his work dan is very popular. His work was published in over 360 newspapers and is shared all over the internet. So if his work seems to you familiar it might be that you have seen them before.

“His humor is inspired partly by his own real-life situations and partly by the eccentric thoughts that pop into his overly active mind. Dan has a rare talent for ruffling feathers with scathing commentary on the mindlessness of modern life, then smoothing them down with his disarming humor, charm, and self-deprecating humility.

His style is very unique and it reminds you of some vintage comics that usually our parents read in the bathroom while of course doing their thang. However, their context is entirely modern-ish twists. Dan manages to create a clever storyline and do the punchline in one panel

Enough with rambling and enjoy his work for yourself. Keep scrolling and tell us the one you liked the most!

More info: bizarro.com | Instagram

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