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Our enamel pins list for October is filled with blood, but in a really nice way. Bats, too. And vampires. Nobody's surprised.

To show our gratitude that the year's wheel has finally turned toward autumn, here's an extra-thick, super-juicy enamel pins roundup. Hold onto your butts.

Your jacket might be on lockdown until autumn, but that doesn't mean you can't snatch up some sweet enamel pins this summer.

This month's enamel pins are a little bit queer and a little bit witchy, with a side of blasphemous. Sound familiar?

Somewhere between life and death, in a liminal space of melancholia and dark beauty lies the work of Dylan Garrett Smith. The Pennsylvania-based artist creates stunning pieces that explore nature's fragile cycle of bloom and decay. Smith's website describes him as: "An

In this episode of Pricks of the Month, we've found enamel pins with knives, snakes, and chainsaws. Doesn't get much better than that.

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