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RoosterVision: Carrion House Illustration (Luke Spooner)
An ongoing series of articles spotlighting movies, music, art, comics, and other assorted media.
…an ongoing series of articles spotlighting movies, music, art, comics, and other assorted media that we at Rooster Republic Press find ourselves enjoying. Once a week, on Thursdays, we will showcase new and old works and, hopefully, help spread the word on great stuff you might otherwise miss out on.
RoosterVision was previously the name of our non-fiction imprint, and since those titles and that line of books are no longer, we have decided to resurrect RoosterVision for the purpose of this showcase. Enjoy!
Today is December 16th, 2021 and we are gonna give a RoosterVision shout out to the one and only Luke Spooner. He’s a versatile artist who has been working very hard, and he has a very recognizable style. In the indie horror circles, you may know him by the name “Carrion House.”
Most recently, he collaborated with Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing by contributing several pieces of art for their LOST CONTACT anthology (which you can buy HERE). Rooster Republic Press has also worked with Spooner in the past. And, Rooster Republic Press co-owner, Nicholas Day, was lucky enough to have Spooner contribute illustrations for his Wonderland Award-nominated collection, NOW THAT WE’RE ALONE.
Currently, Spooner is trying to broaden his reach as an artist by investing in a campervan that will serve as a kind of mobile studio. By doing this, he will be able to visit landscapes and people in-person, as opposed to having to rely only on photographs as reference. To accomplish this, he is looking to raise some extra funds, so he has reduced prices on his paintings available through Artwork500.
Here is a selection of some of our favorites (with a link to purchase when available):
If you like what you see, then give Luke Spooner a follow over on Instagram HERE.
You can see his entire Artwork500 archive by going HERE.
Luke Spooner only gets better at his craft with each passing year, and we always look forward to new work. Sharing is caring, these days, and you never know who will be interested in grabbing one of these beautiful pieces of art.
Every little bit helps.