About Daniel Danger Art
In the constantly evolving world of poster art, many different themes are finding expression for the first time. Themes of melancholy and dystopia are pursued nowhere as effectively as in Daniel Danger's art. The artist, aptly-named, pursues these themes with an aptitude that is fitting to the subject matter. Combining heavy shading and an interplay of light and dark elements to create a sense of foreboding is not normally executed within the realm of a poster, but is mastered by Danger. The art is constantly evolving, with powerful symbols that hearken back to the Grimm Brothers' fairy tales, sharing space with new visions of a dark and terrible future. You can find many examples of Danger's work on eBay, where collectors sell prints, posters, signed copies, and more. Danger also shows a range in imagery, depicting forests, farms, or sculptures, and he has received commissions to use this imagery for a number of movies, including 'Wolfman.' When the nights get long, there is nothing that will fit the scene quite like a piece of Daniel Danger art.