Happy Halloween! How about some scary good art?


Culprit by Roger Ballen

Fire burn and cauldron bubble! It’s All Hallows’ Eve and nothing will keep us from spooky season, but we’re taking a break from bobbing for apples to advocate for (thematically appropriate!) art.

Calling all ghosts, ghoulies, goths, and gallery goers: we have artfully eerie, haunting, creepy, crawly, moody, and mystical on lock. Less contentious than candy corn (personally, we’re pro) and sure to outlast your latest costume, these museum-quality archival prints and handcrafted Artist-Made objects look frightfully good as an offbeat addition to any art collection. They also pair well with a Hitchcock marathon and a giant bag of funsize candy bars—a little witchcraft for your walls, and the potion for a perfect fall.

More Spooky Selects Below


Crows in the Moonlight
by Sakai Hoitsu


Dead Tree Lake
by Tod Seelie


slow ending
by Yosuke Yamaguchi


Powerpuff Girls
by Amy Stein


Gust of Wind
by Laura Bell


Round Candies I
by Craig Kanarick


Newfoundland 7
by Carrie Marill


Lilies, Corolla
by Daniel Seung Lee


Insects and Myriapods at The American Museum of Natural History
by Jason Polan


Burning Down the Second House
by Ann Toebbe


Feral House #13
by James Griffioen


Adrift
by Amy Casey


Sleep
by B. Kaspr


Burst
by Marcy Palmer


Kerry
by Jacob Escobedo


#51
by Kent Rogowski

Altarpiece, No. 1, Group X
by Hilma af Klint

Long-eared owl on bare tree branch
by Ohara Koson

 

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