- FREAK OF THE WEEK
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- 5W+1H = ARTIST INTERVIEWS
- INSIDE THOUGHTS OF NOW
- MULGAS ZOMBIE ZOO
- CREATURES OF THE NIGHT
- IMAGINARY FRIENDS
- BARKING MAD
- CREATURES FROM THE URBAN JUNGLE
- GODS AND MONSTERS
- ANCIENT RULERS OF BRITAIN
- 1 MINUTE CREATURES
- GETLIFFE – BUNNY STRIPS
- ARTIST SPOTLIGHT
- AROUND THE WORLD
- WHO’S THAT CREATURE?
- SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND
CREATURE EDITIONS (2006-09)
BROWSE THE ARCHIVES
Artist: Marc M Gusta
Important: Please click here to enlarge the image and see both heaven and hell in their true glory.
Welcome back to the Marc M Gusta’s Labyrinths. This Wednesday brings something very special indeed. A few weeks ago Marc took us on a trip through hell in part I of his Heaven and Hell Labyrinth (bottom half of the image above).
This week the eagerly awaited sequel has turned up in our inbox and we just can’t wait to show everyone. We challenge you to conquer your fears and overcome the troubling tests and trials as you journey from the depths of hell to the heights of heaven.
Part II (top half) takes you, the adventurer, through the gates of heaven and out into infinity. We really love the way mark has depicted the uncertainty of what lies past death, what awaits us in heaven and beyond. Take your time, you will make it through and the rewards will be grand.
The true magic of this labyrinth is that as well as working as individual labyrinths, the two parts join together (as above) to make one immense puzzle, please click here to enlarge and see both heaven and hell in their true glory.
Creature has never seen anything like this, it is truly groundbreaking artwork, impact, intricacy, intensity, intrigue, interaction… and so on, it really does blow our tiny minds.
We challenge you to interact with Marc’s art, take a break from your daily routine and try to solve these mind bending puzzles, make it through the tests and trials as you journey from the depths of hell to the heights of heaven.
We’ll see you at the gates. Don’t lose yourself!
To see more of Marc’s work, visit his website: marcmgusta.blogspot.com