I also added two new Limited Edition Custom Framed Prints in Upcycled Art Frames. Both of them are 5×7 and each frame is hand decorated by yours cruelly to match the portrait. As of right now these will only be available at Closet Collectibles!
One is of my my “Sweet Dreams” art piece of Robert Englund and the other is of my “Maybe Today Satan” art piece of Kiernan Shipka.
Aloha!!! 🌺 This weekend we had a blast escaping from the cloudy chilly day we were having for a little piece of indoor tropical paradise at The Tiki Terrace with our friends.
I could not go on a luau date night without making myself a matching Dead Girl Decay barrette to go with my Universal Monsters Creature From the Black Lagoon dress. So here is what I created.
The beautiful green resin skull in the middle was custom made for me by my artist friend at Resin Glitz By Jen. She made me quite a few of these so be on the look out for them in my future creations!
Here is a photo that shows how my dress inspired the barrette and how it pulled it all together.
Do you have an outfit that needs a one-of-a-kind hair accessory to go with it? Check out my other Dead Girl Decay creations and contact me with your vision. I love doing custom orders. Don’t forget to check out my Etsy shop for Limited Edition Pre-Made accessories as well!
My Dad was the one who first introduced me to the work of Frank Henenlotter and his cult classic Basketcase. As someone that loves a good campy horror film it was no surprise that Frank’s other movies such as Frankenhooker would end up on my list of what I personally consider a 90’s horror cult classic.
For those not familiar with the film, it is about a medical school dropout named Jeffrey who loses his weight loss struggling fiancée Elizabeth in a tragic lawnmower accident, and wants to bring her back to life. Using her saved head, he goes to the red light district in the city to find the perfect additional body parts he needs to recreate her….because “naturally I had to make some changes”.
Inspired by Patty Mullen, I drew a split face portrait of her as Elizabeth before and after the accident. It was done in pencil and chalk pastels. I call it “Tossed Human Salad”….
If you are familiar with the film you know that it was pretty much mandatory to do Elizabeth’s famous short circuit “Wanna date?” “Got any money?” facial expressions or it just would not be Frankenhooker.