Thursday, October 21, 2010

Wednesday, October 20, 2010


I blame Haute Macabre for making me want these over the knee boots after I have been bitching about how awful they are (over the knee boots, not the blog). What is worse is that I still can't find them. Thanks a million...
(The fur totally needs to go....)

Word of the Day

shivering jemmy:  a half naked beggar

Vroom! Vroom!

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

"Original Stitch and Bloody Ghoul-ery" accessory line.

I love these chokers from VonErickson, a ghoulish accessory shop on Etsy. 
Makes me want to change my Halloween costume again...

Monday, October 18, 2010

Word of the Day

bricolage \bree-koh-LAHZH; brih-\
Construction or something constructed by using whatever materials happen to be available.

Well that sounds very much like what I do...

Hell's Cafe

I would love to go for coffee here. Hell’s Cafe in Paris, 1890’s.


Okay, so I totally slacked off last week. Seems I needed a mental vacation. But I am back in the saddle, and ready to post more random stuff.
First, I think I'd like to rant about over the knee boots some more. There is one pair that has caught my attention as something I'd actually wear, but I can't seem to find them anywhere... otherwise, I am still seeing garbage.
This is what $50 will get you. I present the Ruby Boot by 80%20. A fake leather garbage bag tied around your leg...

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Feminine Fighters

Word of the Day

nympholepsy \NIM-fuh-lep-see\, noun:

1. A frenzy of emotion, as for something unattainable.

2. An ecstasy supposed by the ancients to be inspired by nymphs.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Speaking of Blood Wine

Bittersweet's Apothecary has an awesome Halloween label available as a high rez PDF on Etsy for a buck!
©2010 Bittersweet's Apothecary

Word of the Day

a small independent bone or bony nodule developed in a tendon where it passes over an angular structure, typically in the hands and feet. The kneecap is a particularly large sesamoid bone.
ORIGIN late 17th cent.: from sesame (with reference to the similarity in shape of a sesame seed) + -oid .

Ladies in Pants

Occasionally the women wearing pants were male impersonators and/or lesbians. Around the turn of the last century it became very fashionable for lesbians to wear a monocle. I wish I had more photos of that...

Friday, October 1, 2010

Mutant Fetus Sculpt

Just a little something I was playing around with the other night.

 ©2010 Calluna Dellamorte