|5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual Owlbear|
|5E Dungeons and Dragons: Kenku|
|5th Edition Umber Hulk|
Art by Heiko Mueller
|5th Edition Wilderness Survival Guide|
|Lolth D&D 5e Deities and Demigods|
|D&D 5e Dungeoneers Survival Guide|
|5e Monster Manual treant|
Art by http://www.jeffsoto.com/
|5th Edition D&D Gryphen|
|Displacer Beast / Manticore|
|5th Edition D&D Lolth!|
Art by Ben Newman
I often wonder why D&D and pop-surrealism haven't cross-bred into a new and wonderous garden of illustrated game.
Somewhere, in all our minds the Dungeon lurks as a subconscious mirror of our dreams and fears, delving like lucid dreamers for riches and insight, populated by half-imagined, half-borrowed archetypes glimpsed in fever-states from childhood terrors and solving weird incalculable puzzles.
There are exits towards: hi-fructose / juxtapoz / nobrow