In the spirit of All Hallows Eve, we thought it would be cool to share some of our favorite Halloween memorabilia for all of you B/D ghouls and ghosts. This includes vintage horror movie posters and pumpkin carvings; many of which were created by sculptor extraordinaire Ray Villafane. Enjoy! We did!
Japanese artist, Haroshi, creates a striking and colorful portfolio of sculptures through the process of recycling old, and abandoned skateboards.
Let’s face it, in this day and age, it’s difficult to be original. Tory Fair carves out her own niche in the art world with her series of semi abstract figurative sculptures. They speak volumes on the relationship between humans and their environment.
Marble sculpture installations by Thom Puckey.
Exceptionally bizarre and fantastical sculptures by Japanese artist Odani Motohiko.
Simon Johan‘s wilderness photographs and sculptures are like portraits of animals you’d want to meet.
Born in Norway and having studied in New York and Sweden, Johan’s work has been exhibited and showcased in many venues including LACMA, Brooklyn Museum of Art, and none other than Beautiful/Decay Issue J!
Sculptures and sculptural jewelry by artist Stephanie Inagaki, her works look like treasured relics from a strange distant past that never happened.
Maartje Folkeringa creates decaying figuartive sculptures out of foam. The work reminds me of earlier work by Folkert De Jong who was our cover artist for Issue: V of Beautiful/Decay.