Emil Melmoth crafts medical anomalies with a distinctly Catholic symbology that are incredibly disturbing yet impeccably, gorgeously detailed. Who can resist a bloody good sculpture, anyway?
Looking for the next book that'll keep you up late, reading under the covers? These Dear Darkling staff picks are worth the inevitable paper cuts. Here's what we're reading this month.
If you think nothing says "romance" like a knife to the throat, you might enjoy our curated list of short horror films that center on the human heart -- in more ways than one.
With the turn of a crank or the flick of a switch, the layered and intricate art of Jamie Winn comes to life, spinning us tales of fear and folklore.
Keep your coif immaculate and avoid melting into a steaming puddle with our picks of umbrellas, boots, and coats that can be your armor on rainy days.
What is Dracula like in Iceland? Istanbul? These alternate Count stories came before he graced the silver screen, and we can't get enough of them.
Deftly cutting, folding, and affixing paper into extraordinary shapes, these twelve paper cutting artists are revolutionizing the artform.
Take the uber-cuteness overload of Kawaii and twist it up with a darker Goth edge and you have Dark Kawaii - that much-loved amalgam of creepy and cute for those who like a little weird with their whimsy.