June 20th, 2009

hello_cthulhu

The asshole just got busted for fraud, too

"Kinkade painting was typically rendered in slightly surreal pastels. It typically featured a cottage or a house of such insistent coziness as to seem actually sinister, suggestive of a trap designed to attract Hansel and Gretel. Every window was lit, to lurid effect, as if the interior of the structure might be on fire."

I dunno who said it, but it's true.



Come on. Tell me that house isn't right down the street from Miskatonic U, filled to the brim with queer denizens sporting the horrifying, piscine Innsmouth look. They're opening a gateway to R'leyh amid one of their infernal rituals, causing the skies to darken. But don't worry- thanks to Kinkade, the terrifying spectacle will remain well illuminated by light sources of no explicable nature or purpose.