Jason Cantoro Art Creates Macabre Images That Just Won't Go Away
Combining vintage photos and his original silkscreen work, Jason Cantoro art is seriously macabre, and could give the more sensitive of us nightmares. It is completely captivating, and fully fascinating; take a look at the gallery for some of my favorite images.
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