For her project “Woman’s Work is Never Done,” artist Eliza Bennett used only two forms of media: multicolored thread and the skin of her own hand.
This delicate light-sculpture casts spooky tree shadows across your entire room. An enchanted forest, or a land of nightmares? Take a look and decide!
These perfume bottles may just be concept art, but something tells me if they were real, they would sell out in minutes. Japanese artist Ruby Spark designed these perfume bottles to resemble some of Disney's most notorious villains.
In one of her unique mash-up paintings, Leatherface stalks a young child, and in another, Jason chills in the woods with a racoon.
A 425-foot long sea serpent has emerged from the water in France, and people aren't running away from it, but rather flocking towards it.
Ranging in price from just under $100 to well over $1,000, these crystal skulls are some of the coolest display pieces in the history of skull art.
Human skeletons, coffin keepsake boxes, monster masks, cemetery playsets, simple pocket monsters and elaborate board games are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Ray's incredible creations.
These highly unusual hybrid creatures walk the line between horrifying and oddly beautiful, the upper body of a man joined with the lower body of a dog in one, and the wings of a chicken tearing out of the back of a woman in another.
Miguel takes custom orders for the creepy creations, and has to date made fetuses of an alien, a baby Cthulhu, the Loch Ness Monster and even a killer clown.
This Barcelona-based artist offers a wide selection of creepy-cute gothic dolls, jewelry and other chilling but charming keepsakes.