A scene from Chapter 1.2 in Book of Carrot, my novel about the end times. READ it here http://wp.me/pbg0R-9B
In this awesome illustration by freelance web UX and designer John Garrett, the main antagonist (the bare-footed man) has a locking hold on the main protagonist (John).
I’d also like to mention that John Garrett has the best about page that I have ever seen during my 16 years as an online professional. See it here.
“We’re not thugs. We’re not killers. You and I: we don’t kill,” the barefooted man whispered in John’s ear. “We don’t kill because we’re not takers.”
“But I’ve been waiting for you, John. I’ve seen you in visions and dreams. So here you are!”
John struggled to break free. The bare-footed man replied to John’s struggle with a kiss on the cheek.
“In some of my visions, you’re digging and poking around in the dirt and mud for carrots. Like a pig pushing its nose through the slop!”
“What do you make of that, John-boy? Does God have a sick sense of humor or what?!”
John struggled to break free again. The bare-footed man bit John’s cheek hard – not letting go until John stopped struggling.
“I LOVE THIS BOY’S SPIRIT! WITH THREE BOYS LIKE JOHN, THE WHOLE WORLD WOULD BE MY OYSTER!” he shouted.
Then he whispered in John’s ear.
“You can’t kill me, John…
You’ll try and try. But you always fail. I’ve seen it in visions. Three times, you try. Because without me there’s no you. And without you, there’s no me.”
Media: 3D Digital Art
Artist: John Garrett
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