I want to believe.
Over the past few months, we’ve showcased a number of enchanted forest images from incredible photographers. There’s a dark side to the woods, away from the fairy tales and animal companions, and Christopher McKenney captures the eloquent terror like few ever could.
When I was a child, my mother collected Hummel Figurines. Their distorted features and unproportioned heads terrified me. I wonder had they been replaced with these porcelain figurines by artist Maria Rubinke if I would have been more comfortable.
I’d also like to add that I am quite fond of this theme of horror items for your grandmother’s hutch, as these are reminiscent of the Body & Soul…
I’ve developed an obsession with vintage 70s Gunne Sax over the past few months, and have been hoarding a few pieces. I’ve finally listed them to the Disco Witch Vintage shop, along with some other gauzy summer pieces – don’t worry, there’s still some black in there!
The latest excerpt from Chelsea Wolfe’s film entitled “Lone”, directed by Mark Pellington. “Most of this video is footage from the first time Mark and I shot together,” says Wolfe.
Dead things, fake dead things, stuffed things, things in jars- these are a few of my favorite things!
Don’t have enough weird puppet animals in your Instagram feed? Follow artist, illustrator and toy maker Heather Gargon (@heathergargon) to get your fill, at least until she gets her Etsy shop, berdandwerm, restocked.