Seventh Ink is the home of Matthew Johnson (who should totally do shirts for The The). Johnson does wonderfully designed pins, patches, shirts, etc. The size chart on his shirts make no sense, unless that’s a straight measurement across the front. I’m tempted to find out, because…
Haunted Harvest, $28
Altered Vivification, $28
Enamel pins will probably be out again next week, but for now, you can jump on the trend with some cool stuff:
Candy Corn Enamel Pin Set, $25
Graveyard Shift Pin, $10
Just want something purty for your walls? These could only be better if they were printed on black velvet:
Blacklight Mini Prints, $20
Jodi Cain makes creepy ragdolls. She has an Etsy shop, though I’ve pulled pics from her site, Tattered Rags.
I find these guys pretty irresistible.
Happy belated birthday to my sister, Ivy. Her birthday is either on the 21st or the 24th. She had the temerity to birth her first son within 3 days of her own birthday, so now I can never remember which day is which, no matter how many times she tells me. There’s a package on the way. No, really.
The Creeping Museum (with a physical, if small, location in Portland, Oregon
Jenna Barton’s Mysterious Critters
London Necropolis Railway
The Seashell Graves of Comfort Cemetery
Skull Drawer Knobs from Catacomb Culture
How To Make Friends With A Ghost. Favorite treats are kinda gross.
Via Art of Darkness, Hades Shoes are dark, steampunk, vegan, and gorgeous.
I have a terrible weakness for boots, and I’m trying to ignore the siren song of the Nephele.
For those of you into ASMR, Ephemeral Rift has a whole channel of it for people like us. It doesn’t do much for me, but the Spousal Unit loves it.
Special prize* for anyone who gets the reference in the title.
Guillermo del Toro bringing horror anthology to Netflix.
20 Horror Cakes. Via Art of Darkness
Well, how else would you sell embalming fluid?
Honey Cat Jewelry. Not really dark, but I bought an awesome piece at Spoutwood.
Bat decor by Toscano