In honour of the fast approaching Halloween festivities I felt compelled to share some spooky loves of mine.
Ali Gulec created these beautiful and decorative skulls above. They are inspired by 'Sugar Skulls' which are a part of Mexican offerings on The Day of the Dead. These skulls are a way of honouring deceased family and friends during this much loved festival.
Peter Callesen's eerily beautiful paper angels are quite special. I love the detail involved in everything he does and the graceful images he creates with baby angels leaping from the paper and skeletons falling off the page. It must take great precision and patience to create these gems.
So finally, how can you resist the charm and sugary detail of these amazing Biscuiteers offerings pictured below! These truly are Sugar Skulls. A friend recently bought me the Paris selection box for my birthday and they are just too beautiful to eat!
Well I am afraid this is as dark as I can go... yes not very dark at all. Perhaps this post is not exactly a spooky Halloween tribute but more of a celebratory spin on the day of the dead.