Monday, June 27, 2011


Includes FREE Shipping! Come check out all the pretty sparklies!

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Welcome to The Shadow Farm. I am an artist with a passion for creating unique characters full of emotion, rich in details, and steeped in the creepiness of a shadowy backstory. Take a few minutes to explore the dark corners and forbidden might be surprised to find that you do not leave alone.
Enjoy your visit!

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Sunday, June 26, 2011

Blog Giveaway!

Hello fellow darksiders! ;) Just dropping by to share my blog giveaway for my newest 8" x 10" print, please enter if you have a moment! xx Leila

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Hallowhaus Issue #4

Finally, after a few complications with printing, the fourth issue of the Hallowhaus comic book series is here!

Hallowhaus is the tale of a newly undead girl, risen from the grave one Halloween night. She soon finds her way to the castle Hallowhaus, where she realizes she's not quite as alone as she'd thought.

Issue #4 contains 28 black and white pages of spooky goodness.

Bloomers, accessories, art dolls, & more

‎$36 striped Victorian/Civil War style bloomers, what?! And, there's more! Sale section now 20% off so get the goodies while you can.

All sales will help keep me from being trapped in my mom's place in NYC when I visit. And it'll be my 1st "vacation" in years so help a girl out, huh? ;D

Saw something in my shop that's not there anymore? Convo me, I do custom! xx

xx ~Static

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At the tender age of three, my Mom framed my first piece of artwork, and swore I’d grow up to be an artist. Although my life path has taken me in many directions, I feel a constant pull toward the creative process. I am happiest when I am being creative, and producing things that have my unique outlook on life and experiences woven into them.
The inspiration for my current work stems from the Mexican celebration El Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead which occurs every year starting on October 31 and ending November 2, Sugar skulls are one of the most widely recognized symbols of this colorful celebration.
I love the mocking floral eyes of sugar skulls, and the colorful way they are decorated as though they are laughing at death.
Though traditionally, sugar skulls are made out of well, sugar…each of my Calaveras begins as a simple piece of clay. And in some cases hours later, become these little colorful treasures. I hope that you wear them in honor of someone you love.

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Sunday, June 19, 2011

Green Calcite Necklace

Heres a little history for you on green calcite:

CaCO3 calcium carbonate is composed of fragments coral and sea shells, calcite is a very common mineral accounting for about 4% of the earths crust, commonly known as limestone
and can also be found in the u.k. u.s. germany and brazil.

Now for the crystal healing side of green calcite:

All varieties of calcite are energy transformers, green calcite is soothing and gentle to the eye. It encourages a deeper relationship with the natural world, reconnecting us with the planet as a source if life energy. This green crystal helps soothe unruly or fiery emotions,encouraging compassion and understanding. Its energy is cooling and calming, bringing peace and inner balance. The gardeners friend, increases fertility and brings abundance and draws propserity to the house hold.

How to care for them: run them under warm water once a month and charge them with other crystals overnight.

Now that the important info is out of the way, heres the rest. the length of the chain is 21 inches and wrapped with black 18 gauge wire and fastens with a toggle clasp.

Thanks for looking!

Friday, June 17, 2011

Tropical Coconut Soy Candle

The scent of this candle will take you to a tropical island filled with the fragrance of coconuts in the air! It's really got a great smell whereever you light this candle!


Soy is better for the environment because it burns cleaner and longer and is also natural. Soy is also a renewable resource, as well as a sustainable resource to the environment, whereas paraffin contains petroleum and emits toxins into the air that damages our lungs. Who wants to breathe in all that bad stuff from paraffin? i know i certainly don't.

Thanks for looking!

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Shop of the Week:

Atropine's Creations & Oddities: Taxidermy, Jewelry & More...

Didn't your Mother ever teach you to be yourself? Thanks Ma! xo
I design Jewelry, Clothing, Cocktail Hats, wearable taxidermy and other various oddities. I have a strange obsession with dark and Evil accessories.
I love to re master old, dying things and bring them back from the dead.
I love Gothic, Steampunk, Victorian, Death, Edwardian and the Macabre.
I also sell vintage clothing and accessories.

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Monday, June 6, 2011

New Doll...

She's available on Etsy...

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About the artist:
Sarina Brewer is an internationally recognized artist working with taxidermy related materials. Specializing in creating fanciful composite beasts, her eccentric taxidermy sculptures reside in prestigious collections around the world, including Oceanopolis in Brest France and the Geneva Museum of Natural History in Switzerland. Her work has been featured in major publications here and abroad, some of the most notable being The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, The New York Press, The Sun, Fortune Small Business, Penthouse, Juxtapoz, FHM, Maxim, Bust, and Bizarre magazine. Although new to Etsy, she began selling her work in 1997 via her website and soon thereafter began offering her work on Ebay where she has now been doing so for over 10 years. With an impeccable track record of buyer satisfaction a large portion of her clientele includes repeat customers who collect her highly sought after pieces. We invite you to peruse the culmination of nearly three decades of the study of art and natural sciences in her unusual works at
To learn more please read Sarina's biography on her Etsy profile page:

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Friday, June 3, 2011

new zombies

 ready for a zombie picnic with fresh brain salsa and lady fingers. yummy
you can find lots of undead zombie friends at mealy monster land!

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Absinthe Minis

Absinthe Minis are slowly making a comeback. Now that the heat is coming, what better way to enjoy a mini afternoon than a refreshing glass of absinthe? A delicious set ready to be displayed in your mini setting:

Or maybe you prefer to adorn your walls with some absinthe posters:

Botanical posters

French ban era posters and newspaper

The absinthe fountain will be available tomorrow:

Let the Green Fairy visit your dollhouse! Only at Kaleidoskopic Romance!