The Daniel Danger Paintings are Nightmare Before Christmas-Inspired

By: Jennifer Gosnell - Published: Jun 30, 2012 • References: tinymediaempire
Daniel Danger, a painter out of New England, has created another line of breathtakingly scary designs. Having worked with Dreamworks, Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures and many more, Daniel Danger creates paintings that reflect a very scenic, movie-like setting. The spooky abandoned houses, long-forgotten theatres and neglected wilderness cabins are reminiscent of childhood scary movies, especially drawing inspiration from Nightmare Before Christmas, which, too, featured awkwardly lanky people in dim surroundings.

The Daniel Danger portfolio looks like a set up for an awesome movie directed by Tim Burton. However, it is done with many twists and some of the paintings are so realistic you wouldn't believe they aren't photographs.

A collaborator with some of the most influential movie productions and music industry artists -- Black Keys, Arcade Fire, Snow Patrol and more -- Danger is a fascinating artist worth keeping your eyes on. Stats for Spooky Storybook Captures Trending: Older & Mild
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