Suz Davis Studio


Suz Davis celebrates Halloween with a series of fun, childlike pieces full of both design flair and recycled bits and bobs. She sells her work on Etsy, all the while sidling around the midwest region of the US (“I’d like to eventually land in Oregon. That seems like home for some reason.”) in a “travel-ready camper” with her husband and son, Elijah.  READ MORE

January 23rd, 2014

Jennifer Corona Makeup


What is it like, adding bruises, tears and decomposition to glowing healthy skin? What motivates people to choose bodies as their canvas?

We traced a couple of our favorite artsy/scary faces to a fabulous girlpower team of Jennifer Corona and Shannon Brooke who have produced and photographed some startling transformations.  READ MORE

January 23rd, 2014

Jorge de Rojas


I think I’ve discovered why I particularly love some of the historic and folksy Halloween artisans who pull from toys and jack o’lanterns and imaginary goblins but fill them with just enough dastardly expression to add a chill.   READ MORE

January 23rd, 2014

Patty Benedict


Some of the spookiest ghostly Halloween characters we ran across this year turned out to be only a few inches tall.  Patty Benedict, of Woopitydoart, uses polymer clay, tiny sewn costuming and miniature props to create housefuls of Victorian specters.   READ MORE

January 23rd, 2014

The Haunted Construction Company


Over 5 years ago, Tommy was laid off from his day job at a large electric company. With new found time on his hands and All Hallow’s Eve approaching, he took a cue from his architect brother-in-law and built himself a model home… with a serious terror twist.  READ MORE

January 23rd, 2014

Chomick and Meder


“Can you think of a more satisfying way to live than making a dancing monkey in a tutu?” ask Chris Chomick and Peter Meder. Their answer to this dilemma is an emphatic no! Chomick and Meder are full-time automata makers, which means they really do spend their days constructing quirky, strange, and unusual-looking doll-like animated figures.  READ MORE

June 28th, 2013

Jean-Marc Laroche



In 2010, French artist, Jean-Marc Laroche, created a series of love-making skeletons for an exhibit at the Museum of Eroticism in Paris with the title “Les Amants Du Neant (Lovers from the Hereafter).” This exhibit ran for 6 months and received over 80,000 visitors.  READ MORE

June 28th, 2013

Chicken Lips



“There is something so comforting about Halloween decorations and toys from the past.”   READ MORE

June 28th, 2013

Carolee Clark



Carolee Clark turns everyday objects into Magickal ones with her own creative spell: fantastic illustrations, faux textures, wonderful patterns and bits of decoupage thrown in for good measure. Her new projects typically disappear quickly on eBay after a post about them on her blog. She also keeps very busy with commissioned work, but she took a few minutes to chat with Artizen about her Halloween season and some of her favorite events and artist groups.  READ MORE

June 10th, 2013