Horror Illustrations for Pelgrane Press

Over the course of 2018 I’ve done many internals for Pelgrane Press! Below are the ones that have been released so far for me to show you guys.

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SILENCE

Based upon Silence: A Fable by the immortal Edgar Allen Poe. Made for Collective Mythmaking 3, March 2015 at PG Gallery.

Silence-A Fable_by Heather Landry

Humankind

Adam and Lilith back to back, a monstrous and frightening creature reprepresenting the origins of mankind.

I did this piece of the Ha-Adam for a 2013 show on collective mythmaking at PG Gallery in Evansville. It depicts a variation on the Jewish origin legend where “the Adam” was originally a person composed of a man and woman back to back, which would be split into Adam and Lilith.

Humankind is available on Society6||Redbubble.

My Name is Shingo

A monstrous floating flower connecting with a huge monolithic machine

This is a recent 2013 work from my last solo show! I named it after Kazuo Umezu’s amazing comic because his story dealt with a machine becoming sentient. For some reason my monstrous floating daisy achieving a sympathetic connection with a huge machine reminded me of reading this comic.

Now available on Society6||Redbubble. Below is a slightly larger version for you.

A monstrous floating flower connecting with a huge monolithic machine

The Crowd

“The Crowd” is another very popular piece, appearing in The Horror Zine, two collaborations on deviantART, and also as promotional material for a recent horror novel, “Starers” by Nathan Robinson.

I’ve had a lot of people ask me what my deep meaning is here and propound several theories of their own, very in-depth and well-thought out theories at that. I myself was just portraying a kind of archetype I’ve always had in my head, that of the faceless, menacing crowd closing its ranks against outsiders, free from personal culpability and devoid of compassion and empathy.

The Crowd is on Society6||Redbubble.