This image is reblogged from this 5 July 2015 post at Infernal Wonders. I’m not sure what’s supposed to be going on here, but it seems to involve a lot of distress. The original provenance of the illustration is unknown to me, unfortunately.
This image is reblogged from this 25 November 2014 post at Infernal Wonders. The art is self-attributed to someone who calls himself “peterpulp”, but a more genuine source would be found in my source post:
This appears to be a magazine cover by fantasy illustrator Dave Dorman (b. 1958), who has a website here. The original context for the illustration appears to have been this magazine cover:
Reblogged from this 6 July 2014 post at Infernal Wonders. This naughty vacuum cleaner appears to come forth from the imagination of the American artist “Sodano,” who has a DeviantArt site here.
This image would be pretty obviously the work of Shirow Masamune (b. 1961) by style even if there weren’t attribution within the image itself. It is reblogged from a 16 January 2014 post at Infernal Wonders, and its origins on the Internet appear to go back to the now-defunct tumblr Random Forever Random, some of which is preserved in the Internet Archive.
Masamune has an official website here.
I’ve been unable to establish the provenance behind this intriguing image. It is reblogged from this 14 January 2014 post at Infernal Wonders. My original source for it was the tumblr Northern Man, which is still extant.
Whatever that is supposed to mean.
I’ve long been a fan of all sorts of vintage audio technology, especially radios and record players, but this new development frankly has me concerned.
Well, that’s how I interpret this woman’s expression anyway.
He might be a blue humanoid space monster who tortures naked women with his claw robot, but at least he dresses well.