February 22, 2011

The Art of Frankenstein : Byron Winton

Then the camera moved in on Sid… He was extremely tall, pale, and cadaverous. With his drooping eye and malevolent expression, he had to be the creepiest-looking young man on the face of the earth. He looked like Frankenstein's monster. My daughter was living with Frankenstein's monster.
— Deborah Spungen, And I Don’t Want To Live This Life (1983)

Sid and Nancy as Monster and Bride, doomed couples both, mashed in monochrome by Pittsburgh-based artist Byron Winton.

Zooming-in reveals how perfectly Winton blends the likenesses while suggesting deep sadness and, perhaps, inevitable tragedy. The piece, called Vicious and Abnormal, is available as a print.

Byron Winton’s website and gallery, and deviantArt page.


Suzanne said...

one of the MOST amazing prints i EVER laid eyes on!

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These horror monsters photos are giving the filings of dark Halloween night when the moon is not looking at the sky the weather is looking dark cloudy I'm so scare to discuss it here.