I think I already abused the titles “Judith gets a little head” and “Judith gets a Big Head,” so what’s left?
The dramatic, exquisite and sweetly ironic art of Alexander Daniloff.
Alexander Daniloff is an artist, illustrator and designer – depicting life from a theatrical and whimsical point of view. His subjects are often mythological – sometimes comical and child-like, sometimes somber and delving into our darker archetypes. Of course, Judith is hardly a subject for children’s literature but Danilov does explore the fantastical side of her story. His evolution on the subject is observed across these three paintings – from an expressionless and flat female clutching a severed head – to a sensitive and contemplative woman revering the sacrifice of an adversary who was larger than life.
For the variety of his work, visit Alexander Daniloff. He is the one dressed as a centaur.