I like to adorn my home in the weirdest kind of stuff...and if I had the cash to hand, I would be throwing it in the direction of Gloom Matter. I would take one or two of their rib cage lamps, one of their torso inspired soap holders, several bars of their human tongue soap...… Continue reading Gloom Matter
I honestly can't imagine my life without Etsy. This platform - so quiet and humble in its brilliance - provides spaces for the unique work of equally unique individuals. I'm delighted to be able to spread the word about the exquisite creations I uncover. The latest store to set my heart on fire is Wales… Continue reading Tree Seer
Artist David Irvine of Gnarled Branch is the one behind this fantastically dark Christmas ornaments. But for those of us who are a bit strange...I'm pretty sure they would look striking hung up anywhere, at any time of the year.
One of my favourite Etsy finds of late would have to be Muddy Raven and their handmade, freehand, extremely functional ceramics.
The source of my happiness today is this glow in the dark moon cushion by i3Labm. Aswell as making cushions, i3Lab also make zero gravity watches, moon night lights and ultimate-must-have moon door-decor stickers.
I don't normally invite people around for tea. I'm an antisocial introvert who prefers to company of her books and music...but if I happened to be in possession of this moon phase coaster set by Common Rebels, I might be tempted.
I think about 98% of the people I know would scream with delight if they received this lunar calendar as a gift. You can get this one from PressedCo.
Goddamn sinister art from My Pet Skeleton. My favourite would undoubtedly be Pyswan.
One can never have too many pillows, especially when they are decorated with skeletons, witches and plague doctors. Loving the intricate illustrations of Elias Aquino.
Occult and shamanic inspired effigies from Ban_sidhe.