“These little beauties are my submission to next month’s"Doll Haus” nesting dolls group show at Rothick Art Haus. From largest to smallest we’ve got an Idol to the dread Cthulhu himself, a Shogoth, and a cultist (still clutching his Necronomicon).“
achonburike said: Well I’m black and I was reading this like “mhmhmhnoooo” until I got to the shogoth part and then I laughed. I’d read that shit
Lol! Thank you. Yeah, the story is very much a sort of ‘well, maybe all these disenfranchised people in the 1920s were worshiping Cthulhu for a reason’, and working backwards for there to work that out. Turns out that turning reality inside out can sound pretty good if the reality right now is pretty awful.
And yeah, it deals with a lot of racist issues. Some of them older, some of them- as you can see, not quite so old.