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Memento Mori in Felt: The Art of Lana Crooks

December 2nd, 2016

The work of Chicago-based artist Lana Crooks beautifully demonstrates that reminders of our mortality need not be made of bone. So skilled is Crooks with wool, silk, and all manner of tiny found objects, that her delicate textile sculptures, faux anatomical specimens of human and animal skulls, bones, and insects, feel as lifelike as the references […]

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Art That Creeps: The Sculptures of Rebecca De Groot

November 21st, 2016

Artist and art teacher Rebecca De Groot creates delightfully sinister works of functional art. From small objects to large tables, her wooden sculptures stand on delicate insectoid legs, each poised to skitter or skulk away the moment their owners aren’t looking. That is, unless they’d rather inch closer. De Groot’s sculptures are primarily made of wood (some […]

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The Mindset Of The Macabre: An Interview With Abigail Larson

November 7th, 2016

Chances are if you are a longtime Haute Macabre reader, you require no introduction to the charmingly spooky, gothic art of Abigail Larson. Her eerie illustrations, reminiscent of the gorgeously ghoulish story books and fairy tales that little gothling you never actually had on your shelf as a child (thanks, mom), have no doubt haunted you for years–and […]

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Anthropomorphic Delicacies

October 19th, 2016

Rooted in our current ecological crisis, Oakland based artist Crystal Morey creates beautiful anthropomorphic sculptures imbued with poignant emotion for her upcoming exhibit, ‘Delicate Dependancies’ at Modern Eden gallery which opened on October 14. The figures are made in milk- hued porcelain, which give the work a more fragile feel than previous bodies of work, […]

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Those Tarot Cards you like are going to come back in style.

October 6th, 2016

Through the darkness of future’s past, The magician longs to see. One chants out between two worlds… “Fire… walk with me.” Last year we featured the work of Arizona-based artist Benjamin Mackey, who treated us to the 22 major arcana of the Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck recreated using characters and imagery from Twin Peaks. There’s something uncannily apt […]

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Through the Dark

September 16th, 2016

Photographer Crystal Lee Lucas recently released a series of images, “Through the Dark”. “Through the Dark” is a series inspired by moths that fly by night and through the dark towards the light. Ultimately, the moonlight is their compass and navigator but this path can easily become confusing, exhausting and deceiving. Crystal’s works all have […]

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Between Fable and Reality: The Art of Darla Teagarden

September 14th, 2016

Please welcome S. Elizabeth to our growing team of staff writers! Sarah is no stranger to Haute Macabre, having contributed as a guest blogger many times over the years. She was a contributing writer for our friends at CoilHouse Magazine, on the BloodMilk Blog, Death and the Maiden, and was the creative force behind Skeletor […]

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Ossuaria

September 9th, 2016

Ossuaria: A place to house the bones of the dead. Born from a marriage of two great loves of dissection and high fashion, Ossuaria creates wearable art from rearticulated specimens. I was continually captivated by the structures that support the body, and believed they were alluring enough to hold a place outside the skin as well. […]

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Sigalit Landau’s Salt Bride

September 1st, 2016

Please welcome our guest blogger Ela Rogers to Haute Macabre! I’ve been following Ela for a bit on Instagram, and she recently posted a haunting image of this series. I contacted her shortly thereafter to see if she would contribute a piece about the project to Haute Macabre, and was so glad when she agreed. […]

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Memorial Stitches

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 […]

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