Word Count: 387
Summary: They called Alastair Picasso with a razor, and if that was the case, then perhaps Dean was his finest work.
Author's Note: I just love the nickname “Picasso with a razor” for Alastair. It’s just such a great way of describing him – how he views torture as an art, and the way he cuts people up could be likened to how a Picasso portrait shows all the different parts of a person assembled in odd ways. It also makes me wonder if his victims could be compared to paintings. Guernica was originally painted to show the horrors of the Spanish Civil War, but to a demon, something like that would be seen in a whole different light. So this is just a little drabble inspired by that idea.
Feb. 9th, 2013