Remains: Monstrous Decor Frames

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Just boxed up and shipped off another custom Etsy order. This time the client requested 3 of my Monstrous Decor Frames in the various colors I usually do for my corpsified creations. What I love about them is that no two are ever a like. Here is how they turned out..

If you’re like me and like a good gothic, oddities type decor in your tomb sweet tomb (aka home) these are the perfect addition and great conversation starters. I find that they make great displays for Halloween, Horror and Gothic wedding photos, zombie walk photos and horror movie convention photos.

See more of my various creepy creations in the Remains section of my portfolio website. Feel free to contact me on my site or through Etsy to have one or more made custom for you!

Stay Spooky & Magical,
LDG Nicole

Dead Girl Decay: May Your Days Be Sparkly and Spooky

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Over the past month I have been working on some new Limited Edition Dead Girl Decay hair pieces to make available for pre-made/ready to ship purchases for the gift giving season. As you know, all of my hair pieces are one-of-a-kind in my specialty style… a touch of whimsical meets macabre! Here is a glimpse of the ones I recently conjured up.

Be sure to check out my Etsy shop to purchase what I have left remaining and don’t forget to contact me to discuss pricing and details if you are interested in something more custom. You can see a great example if you scroll down to my previous post and of corpse at the Dead Girl Decay page of my portfolio website. When not worn they make for great decor and have also been used to give a unique look to special occasions such as weddings, proms etc.

Stay Spooky and Magical,
LDG Nicole

Spitting Image: Maybe Today Satan

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I will start off by saying (once again) that I have never really been a fan of re-makes and re-boots. However, I will allow you to quote me as saying that the “re-boot” of Sabrina The Teenage Witch is quite the exception. Those of us who grew up on the Archie comics, the cartoon and even embraced the 90s TV sitcom got to enjoy the cutesy version of Sabrina Spellman.

Now as adults we get to bask in the sinful glory of a MUCH darker side of what it could have been like to be in Sabrina’s half-witch half-mortal shoes. So in other words, The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina on Netflix is the version I had always hoped for but never got (sorry Melissa Joan Hart but I did love you in Clarissa Explains It All!). The first time I laid eyes on The Academy of Unseen Arts I was like “Screw Hogwarts! Sign me up here!” (I even have an alumni sweatshirt cause I am a dork like that). So I guess what I am trying to say is that I really dig this show. I think a lot of it has to do with all the incredible Biblical, Pagen, Horror Movie, Archie and Riverdale references that they incorporate and cross reference on top of the story line. Some being super obvious and others as hidden Easter Eggs for fans who really “get it”.

That leads me to my latest art piece inspired by the beautifully talented Kiernan Shipka as Sabrina. I didn’t want to just draw her in her everyday look. If you know a thing or two about the show you will definitely get the play on words that I am using for the title as you take in what I have drawn. I call it “Maybe Today Satan”…

For those who have not started watching this show yet, I will not give away too much. What I will say is that this split face portrait is inspired by Sabrina’s two royalty looks as the Queen of Hell aka Sabrina Spellman – Morningstar! This piece was done in pencils and chalk pastels.

Are you a good witch or a bad witch? Either way prints and shirts of this art piece are now available in my Amazon shop for you to rock proudly as either! You can also see more of my portrait work in the Spitting Image section of my portfolio website!

Stay Spooky!
LDG Nicole

Adopt The Undead : Chords The Corpsified Clown Music Box

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With it being all virus-like in the world right now and me being stuck in the house for a month I have been getting pretty inspired. It’s been a while since I made any corpsified creations, and I thought…what better time than now! I wanted to give you all something more terrifying to think about other then Corona Virus. So with that I would like you to meet Chords!

He is a Corpsified Clown made from an upcycled music box and is now looking for his new forever home!

Wind up his distressed, bloody silver drum and watch him move as he glares at you (with his one good eye as the other is a bit oozy) and plays you a tune with a drooling bloody smile on his face. Chords is pre-made and ready to ship to his new forever home and measures approximately 8″ tall. Each of my corpsified creations are handcrafted to be one of a kind and no two are ever alike or remade. A unique piece of art only you will own!

See Chords in action….

Please note this is NOT a toy. This is a decoration/collectible for adults and is not intended to be played with by children. Although I really do feel this would work a lot better at getting your kids to behave than that silly Elf you guys put around your homes at Christmas time! Just saying.

Chords is available to adopt in my Amazon shop! You can also see more of my corpsified creations on the Adopt The Undead page of my Portfolio site.

Stay Spooky!
LDG Nicole