So I've recently discovered West Elm and am getting rather attached to hunting through their site after finding x ray crockery. Here's a selection of quite irresistible textured pillows which would darkly uniquify any room.
There's a lot of people making food stuffs in the shape of skulls nowadays. I've seen (actual) sugar skulls and chocolate skulls and jelly sweet skulls and cake skulls and skulls made out of bread...I could go on. People are getting all the more inventive with ways in which they can bring the macabre into… Continue reading Ice Skulls
Stop everything and look at how god damn awesome this snake X-ray plate set from West Elm is. There's people out there who would buy these plates to use on only one day of the year - yeah, you know which. Me on the other hand - and if you're reading this blog I suspect… Continue reading X-Ray Crockery
I think this is a DIY must for Halloween. Find out how to make it here.
I don't know about you, but I'm in awe of the meticulous, yet deeply disturbing taxidermy by artist Enrique Gomez De Molina. Molina does, however, face up to five years in prison for importing the bodies of endangered animals. Molina claims that his art works “to bring awareness to the danger faced by a… Continue reading Disturbing Taxidermy