Sometimes, in order to summon the flames of Hell, one may need a bit of a boost. The same goes for our favorite darkling makers. They’ve got dark dreams, and we’re here to help make them happen. We’ve compiled for you a list of the most devilishly dark crowdfunding campaigns on the internet this month.
Sport the visage of your furry (or feathery) friends even in the afterlife. Campaign ends: November 18.
Have you been looking everywhere for the perfect Satan-summoning pet bed for your hell hound? Look no further – Beelzebuddies aims to corner the market on occult pet apparel and beds, and their coffin-shaped cat cushion has us thinking they may just succeed! Campaign ends: November 8.
Seriously, get your goth ass a copy of this all black (and we mean all black) notebook before it’s too late! Bonus, treat yourself to a few 90s era gel pens and get your Book of Shadows on in gold and silver too. Campaign ends: November 25.
How could one not swoon over Jessica Lynn’s BONES girls? Allusive and sexy, treat yourself to a volume of gorgeous illustrations meant to introduce you to the dark world from which these sisters scream. Campaign ends: November 11.
This deck is seriously unlike anything we’ve ever seen. The hand-painted illustrations features monsters and performers inspired heavily by our beloved major arcana. Enter the surreal world of these ethereal creatures and seek the answers to that with which you struggle. Campaign ends: November 14.
The Dark Wood is a modern fairytale of the most morbid variety. Follow the animals within as they face certain death, perilous internal struggles, and loneliness. Oh, did we mention that this edition is hand-bound? How seriously hardcore is that? Campaign ends: November 12.
More cute than scary (and definitely rated G), this board game is perfect for elementary-aged darklings. There’s even a Halloween Edition reward with a perfect little pumpkin ghost for your perfect little pumpkins. Campaign ends: November 19.
Check back every month for more ways you can become a patron of the dark arts. Is there a project we should see? Let us know.
Featured image via Jessica Lynn.