My weekend has started exactly how I like it too...with introductions to dark art which blows my fucking mind. Thomas G Anderson's work has me on my knees in worship.
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.
Goddamn sinister art from My Pet Skeleton. My favourite would undoubtedly be Pyswan.
A helping of magnificently macabre illustrations from Jens Parker. These originally featured in a book entitled Witchcraft and Black Magic by Peter Haining.
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.
I was going to give Lisa Sell's Dark Fire Dragon Mask a post all of its own, but then I saw her other creations and got even more excited.
Serve your drinks and snacks in a particularly sinister style this Halloween. Get this skeleton set at Pottery Barn.
Did you know that the original Jack O'Lanterns were carved from turnips instead of perky, orange pumpkins? To find out more about the history of our most popular Halloween tradition, go here. The photograph you see is of a 19th Century Jack O'Lantern made from a turnip.