August 27th, 2016
The little witches and wonders of Memorial Stitches embroidery were restocked this morning, and sold out almost instantly. Inspired by Edward Gorey and memorial art, Carrie Violet, the artist behind these little wonders, will have her fingers busy over the next few weeks, and will hopefully fill her shop again for us. Visit the Memorial Stitches […]
August 16th, 2016
Beautiful graphite illustrations by Los Angeles artist Lizz Lopez. Prints and even originals are available in her shop.
August 4th, 2016
Thee White Witch, lost in the woods of time, photographed by Megan Acosta, with assistance by Jen Von Haunt. Visit Megan’s online profile at Thurn Daur.
July 22nd, 2016
Danny van Ryswyk has been slowly creeping into my peripheral vision for many months now, and his chilling figures have recently exploded into clear view. His 3D sculptures and digital art find their inspiration in Victorian Memento Mori, and an extraterrestrial experience at an early age influenced his monochromatic palette. Quiet and seemingly innocuous children are […]
July 2nd, 2016
The collaborative efforts of designers Sophi Reaptress and jewelry maker HVNTERGVTHERER, Crazy Love is a fashion film short of a recurring dream of a young woman who has mysteriously stumbled into a wake. Filmed on location at The Convent in Philadelphia, a DIY art commune, by the Between Pictures production company. Music provided by Chelsea […]
June 2nd, 2016
Sabat Magazine’s Maiden Issue launched this spring, and within it editor Elisabeth Krohn explores witchcraft in our modern culture. We recognized many of the artists and writers featured from our own backlog of posts here on Haute Macabre, and welcomed the many friendly faces to the printed page. “In my 1990s fantasy, Witches are the quintessential cool-girls. […]
May 24th, 2016
The Mystic’s Deck with photography from Courtney Brooke and illustrations by Bill Crisafi calls back to the original mysticism of early playing cards, while embracing the feminine and classical symbolism of a time when humans and the natural world were more connected. The 54 card playing deck comes in a black soft carrying case and […]
May 3rd, 2016
New IG obsession: visual artist Emil Melmouth (@emil_melmouth).
April 14th, 2016
Currently on display at The Convent in Philadelphia, Wandering Nocturnal is a collection of works by Haute Macabre Goddess Heather Gabel. Using vintage and Xerox papers, Heather creates collages that are both eerie and nostalgic, confronting ideas about gender and femininity. To book an appointment to view this collection, please email Sarah@SarahPotterProjects.com