LOVECRAFTIANA Calendar by John Coulthart

Normally calendars are pretty cheesy gifts, but this is one calendar that’s tailor made for The CVLT Nation – John Coulthart‘s Lovecraftiana Calendar. Coulhart’s artwork is seething with grotesque movement, and captures the classic Lovecraft characters and settings with reverence and beauty. It’s a calendar that would hang on your wall as a part of your art collection rather than a way to track time’s passing. He compiled his paintings, illustrations and digital artworks inspired by Lovecraft’s novels, spanning more than two decades, into a seamless collection. You can pick up one for you and one for a friend here.

 

Background: Yuggoth (collage, 1994)
Background: Yuggoth (collage, 1994)
JANUARY: Necronomicon (digital, 2015)
JANUARY: Necronomicon (digital, 2015)
FEBRUARY: The Yellow King (acrylics on board, 1996)
FEBRUARY: The Yellow King (acrylics on board, 1996)
MARCH: Nyarlathotep II (digital, 2009)
MARCH: Nyarlathotep II (digital, 2009)
APRIL: Dagon (ballpoint pen on paper, 1999)
APRIL: Dagon (ballpoint pen on paper, 1999)
MAY: Lovecraft's Monsters (digital, 2014)
MAY: Lovecraft’s Monsters (digital, 2014)
JUNE: Eidolon (acrylics on canvas, 1997)
JUNE: Eidolon (acrylics on canvas, 1997)
JULY: Night Gaunt (digital, 2015)
JULY: Night Gaunt (digital, 2015)
AUGUST: Remnants (Shoggoth) (digital, 2014)
AUGUST: Remnants (Shoggoth) (digital, 2014)
SEPTEMBER: Hastur (pencil on paper, 1999)
SEPTEMBER: Hastur (pencil on paper, 1999)
OCTOBER: The Bleeding Shadow (digital, 2014)
OCTOBER: The Bleeding Shadow (digital, 2014)
NOVEMBER: R'lyeh (digital, 1999)
NOVEMBER: R’lyeh (digital, 1999)
DECEMBER: Yuggoth Cultures (acrylics on board, 1994)
DECEMBER: Yuggoth Cultures (acrylics on board, 1994)

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Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation webzine and clothing alongside her husband Sean.

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