Framed: Adrian Baxter

Framed: Adrian Baxter

Step into the macabre world of illustrator Adrian Baxter.

Illustrator Adrian Baxter explores all things grim through his artwork, focusing on universal themes of life, death, and human philosophy. His traditional black-and-white line drawings are highly detailed and reminiscent of an older time altogether, echoing the kind of art you'd find in a tarot deck or mythology book. We think they're pretty damn cool to look at, and we've featured a few examples below.

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