365 Days Of Dark Art : 30 / Jack Of The Dust

I encountered the work of Andrew Firth AKA Jack Of The Dust yesterday, when I was souring my Facebook feed for inspirational fodder. It was one of his decorative melting skulls that captured my attention. I was flabbergasted to discover that this talented skull maker is self-taught. His bat skull (see below) is especially impressive.… Continue reading 365 Days Of Dark Art : 30 / Jack Of The Dust


Jewellery pieces like those found at FloridXFauna do not come along on a regular basis. So when they do, my jaw goes slack and I find myself gravitating towards my blog to tell you all about my findings. Crystal Ossuary I is the first collection from this new shop. All pieces are hand sculpted and… Continue reading FloridXFauna

Skull Shells

Artist Gregory Halili carves intricate skulls into Philippine Mother of Pearl Shells. Shells as decoration can sometimes look a bit tired. They usually end up getting cracked, dusty and forgotten about on the bathroom shelf, which is a real shame. Shells have a natural beauty, but what Haili has done here has worked to greatly… Continue reading Skull Shells

Frodo Mikkelsen

The Danes. Is there anything they can't do? Ever since I visited Denmark in 2010 I've had an enormous amount of respect for the Danish people. They're honestly some of the kindest souls I've ever had the pleasure of encountering...and they make damn fine art too. Currently I'm indulging in the mixed media artwork of… Continue reading Frodo Mikkelsen

Crimson Hollow

Do you ever find Etsy stores which have so much stuff that you feel overwhelmed, yet simultaneously eager to discover everything they have to offer? Well, that's how I felt when I encountered Crimson Hollow. Mum and daughter team Shelly and Emily make up Crimson Hollow and provide beautiful, unique and very affordable hand stamped… Continue reading Crimson Hollow