Guillermo del toro art

Explore the mesmerizing world of Guillermo del Toro's art, filled with unique and imaginative creations. Discover the inspiration behind his work and immerse yourself in a world of wonder.
Del Toro begins his creature creation with "the National Geographic approach" Dark Fantasy, Art, Guillermo Del Toro Art, Guillermo Del Toro, Creepy, Creep, Hollywood Monsters, Macabre, Scary

Consider the plant monster from Hellboy II or the eyeless creep in Pan's Labyrinth: Director Guillermo del Toro has a genius for putting bizarre beings on screen. But no matter how grotesque the vision, he always begins his creations with what he calls "the National Geographic approach." Start with a nightmarish idea, and then look to nature for details. "You want to make the creatures outlandish enough that they'll thrill the imagination," he says, "but recognizable enough that they feel…

Mitchel Nolen
Wish there was a doll of this.  Hellboy Tooth Fairies! Fantasy Creatures, Statue, Grunge, Tooth Fairy, Creatures, Bones, Fairy, Elf, Creepy

"All these things do is eat, eat, then poop, then eat again" -Abe Sapien on the tooth fairies. Tooth Fairies are ravenous, multi-legged winged creatures appearing in Hellboy II: The Golden Army. The tooth fairies hail from the Black Forest, Germany. They feed largely on calcium (flesh, bones, organs and other tissues), and due to its higher concentrations of the aforementioned mineral, they prefer the teeth (hence their name). When attacking live prey, they target a victim's teeth, though…

Sherman Bishop