This is Halloween, everybody make a scene.
You may kiss the bride
Incredibly Creepy Collages
San Francisco-based artist Dianne Hoffman creates magnificent mixed media assemblages using recycled and salvaged materials. Each piece is incredibly unique and a bit unsettling. Hoffman’s collection can be viewed on her Flickr page and website. Of her urge to create art, she states:
I have a tendency to personify inanimate objects and feel genuine compassion for those that are damaged or disregarded. I see potential in broken bits and find beauty in rust and erosion. The older an object, the more haunting and alluring its ghost. Collage & assemblage art allows me to indulge these concepts by creating small worlds in a box where tall tales are told, jokes are cracked, emotions stirred, poems imparted and songs are sung. By using images that replicate the past and objects that authenticate it, my pieces become storytellers, dream interpreters and memory inducers. They are innately lyrical and flicker along to their own silent film.
'Alice in Wonderland' by Lewis carroll; illustrated by Bessie Pease Gutmann. Published 1925 by George G. Harrap & Co., London.
I want to live in itt💜
DIY Cheap, Easy & Creepy Specimen Shadow Boxes Tutorial with Free Labels Printable from Seeing Things here. I have posted quite a few tutorials from Seeing Things (a long with some good free printables). I have also written that I really like how she structures her tutorials and shows you exactly what she’s used to make her DIYs. Instructions for the shadow boxes are at the bottom of her post at the link.