Artist Eli Klemmeck (aka Neomlei) creates spooky, quirky, yet surprisingly moving inkwork drawings that we're just in love with.
Fiber artists have come a long way since the macrame of the 1970s. From sculpted creatures to threaded skulls, this ain't your grandma's embroidery.
Exploring themes of anxiety, dyslexia, self-love, and pop culture, Heather Mahler's tattooed darlings are more than just ink on paper.
The extraordinary photographic work of Alex Conrad Valone is beautiful, thought-provoking, and deeply disturbing. CW: Death, suicide.
The retro-inspired, whimsical art of Lauryn Barnes is the perfect mix of creepy and cute. These are prints worth getting your claws on.
With an extraordinary eye for detail and realism, artist Caitlin Hackett creates beautiful mythologies that speak about our relationship with nature.