Pablo’s Pablum # 1

20130921-175852.jpgSeattle, WA based artist, Kelly M. Cook has done it again for possibly the first time. Merging the traditional Japanese ukiyo-e style with a contemporary depiction of the undead is a surefire hit. For connoisseurs of art, note the impressionistic hughes… the dance of light and shadow betwixt the rotting flesh of the cheek… the evocation of the senses that almost conjures the aroma of decay. A genuine delight. I highly suggest this to academics in the field of art and art-professorship, such as myself. Thanks to Zombie Research Society for their dedicated work in the field of the fine arts.

By: Pablo V. III, MFA

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