Zombie Valentine's Day Cards by Elliot Quince are Sweetly Strange
If you don't find usual Valentine's day cards with teddy bears, bunny rabbits, flowers and hearts romantic and prefer something much more deadly, illustrator and animator Elliott Quince has created series of cards illustrating zombies expressing romantic feelings and eating human organs. Elliot Quince created these illustrations using the linocut printmaking technique. Elliot Quince's Zombie Valentine's Day cards won't be available to buy this year, but the artwork can be downloaded for free on the artist's site.
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