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Jason Cantoro Art Creates Macabre Images That Just Won't Go Away

 - Nov 6, 2009   Updated: May 16 2011
References: cinqunquatre & lifelounge
Montreal-based Jason Cantoro Art is headed up by an amazing silkscreen artist who incorporates various nightmarish themes into his work.

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.

Implications - The macabre silkscreens in this trend reflects people's willingness to talk about their fears and nightmares out in the open, rather than hiding them. Brands can use this increase in conversation in order to get people engaged and intrigued in their fascinating and death-related products and/or services.