Fan Art: Return to True Detective’s Carcosa with this Excellent Fan Creation


Great fan art is something that the True Detective community creates at a rapid pace. It’s tough to keep up with it all, to tell the truth. That’s why we’ve started sharing fan art out regular intervals through our Twitter and Facebook instead of showcasing it all here. Every once in a while, however, we come across one that demands to be recognized in more than just a simple social media post.

This is such a piece. Created by David Seidman, “Carcosa” captures the dark heart of True Detective’s first season.

Isn’t that something?

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There’s a lot going on here, from the heavy representations of the Yellow King, to the dilapidated church, and then on to Rust’s ever-present cigarette. The towers on the right even bring True Detective season two to mind, though that may or may not be intended. We see a lot of great True Detective fan art almost every day, but it’s work like this that makes us stop and take stock of the incredibly passionate fanbase that True Detective has created and inspired.

As always, if any readers out there have created some True Detective art that they would like to get out there in some way, we would love to share it with the fanbase at large.

Via: Reddit

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