Halloween by Cristian Grossi.
I’m not going to write much about Halloween this year because I think I pretty much said it all last time around. And I’m knackered. All I will say is: this year I reckon it’s all about the nail art. Go on, just search twitter and marvel at all that effort: bloody drips, ghouls, stylish matte black, candy stripes, zombie brains, skeletons, spiders, bogey green and pumpkin orange. In the absence of professional nail art contributions I instead give you my crabby claws. Oh and illustrator Claire Kearns shows off her rather more dramatic glittery spider webs. Are you in on the act yet?
This Me & Zena Revenge of the Eyeball ring grabbed my attention at press days last week. Grab yours for a special Halloween price of £22.40 now.
I’m also loving uber cute Halloween outfits for babies. For obvious reasons. Next year I really will get him dressed up good and proper. Here’s my illustrated Halloween blog with a few spookish things to do thrown in, enjoy!
Trick Or Treat by Becca Thorne. The HOWLERWEEN DOG PARADE was held on Sunday 28 October in Lincoln Inn Fields. After the parade visitors went on a guided Ghost Dog Walking Tour to hear tales of the human and canine ghosts that roam London’s dark streets.
Halloween by Ben Rider.
Halloween Skull by Cristian Grossi.
Count Cosmin the Halloween paper toy by Samantha Eynon. Download your free template and make your own here.
Wickerman by Rebecca Strickson.
Halloween Skulls by Cristian Grossi.
Scary Halloween Face by Lizzie Donegan at New Good Studio.
On Thursday 1st November Thor & Wistle are holding a DAY OF THE DEAD jewellery event, where you can pick up a pair of Rachel Entwistle’s spidery earrings. The work of the in house designers will be joined by Lauren Baker’s mosaic skulls and Nail It! will be on hand to provide Halloween nail art: so hot right now!
Halloween by Cristian Grossi.
Halloween by Hannah Cooper.
We were Here by Sine Skau.
I will be at Spitalfields City Farm for the last session of this year’s Fireside Chats, a fortnightly gathering of like minded souls around the camp fire: Barney’s Tree House of Horror. ‘If you STILL havent planned your Hallowe’en night then why not join us for our final Fireside Chat of the season where we will be cooking a Pumkin Stew, roasting Marshmellows and being scared out of our wits by Barney Netherwood’s horror stories told out of Spitalfields City Farm’s tree house. Call us if you get lost or stuck outside the gates, we are always there.’ Between 6.30-9pm on Weds 31st October.
Zombie Hand by Ben Rider.
*More Nail Art*
Raven Rouge by Wah Nails for Art Macabre Drawing Salons.
Viktoriya Zarvanska of Fancy Folk.
Halloween nail art from Dee Apriyanti.
Art Macabre Drawing Salons, Baby Fancy Dress, Barney Netherwood, Barney's Tree House of Horror, Becca Thorne, Ben Rider, Claire Kearns, Clothes Hound, Count Cosmin, Cristian Grossi, Day of the Dead, Dee Apriyanti, Dynasty Jewellery, Fancy Folk, Fireside Chat, Ghost Dog Walking Tour, Hallowe'en, Hannah Cooper, HOWLERWEEN DOG PARADE, illustration, Lauren Baker, Lizzie Donegan, Me & Zena, Nail Art, Nail It!, New Good Studio, Rachel Entwistle, Raven Rouge, Rebecca Strickson, Revenge of the Eyeball ring, Samantha Eynon, Sine Skau, Spitalfields City Farm, Thor & Wistle, Vampam, Viktoriya Zarvanska, WAH Nails, Zombie Hand
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