Etsy Spotlight: “Trust No One” X-Files Embroidery Project, Digital Pattern, and DIY Kits!

I’ve finally got some of my embroidery patterns added to my Etsy shop, which I am super excited about! I’ve wanted to do this since shortly after I picked up the hobby! The idea of sharing my patterns and designs with other people sounds so freaking cool – what’s not to like?! I started out with … Continue reading

Etsy Spotlight: Classic Horror Author Bookmarks & Art Prints

Stephen King, Edgar Allan Poe, Lovecraft, Clive Barker portraits

What’s in the Let’s Get Galactic Art shop? Today I’m featuring… Classic Horror Author Bookmarks & Art Prints! I created these to feature some of the book community’s most well-known and most-read authors in the horror genre. Stephen King, Lovecraft, Poe, and Clive Barker all have their own individual art print portraits, and there are … Continue reading

Etsy Spotlight: The Creepy Girls Club Rainbow Portraits & Bookmarks

Rainbow watercolor portrait bookmarks of Lydia Deetz and Wednesday Addams

Let’s be real for a second: I am not the most confident person in the world. I have days where I believe in and love myself very much, and then, you know… some days I just don’t. I don’t think I’m terrible or anything, but sometimes I’m just not exactly who I want to be … Continue reading

Artist Feature: Peter Callesen

I love finding different types of art that aren’t the traditional pencil/paint-on-paper types of things. Peter Callesen is a non-traditional artist working with simple white paper being cut to form paper sculptures as his medium. Of his chosen medium, Callesen writes, “The thin white paper gives the paper sculptures a frailty that underlines the tragic … Continue reading

Artist Feature: Lindsay Bottos

The internet is filled with things that are really, really awesome. Lindsay Bottos is one of them. She’s an art and photography student from Maryland, and her “The Morning After” and “I Don’t Really Miss You Embroidery” projects are two of her most popular, and for good reason: They’re really fucking cool. The Morning After: Thoughts … Continue reading

Artist Feature: The Life Aquatic with Bruce Mozert

A couple of days ago I Tumblr’d upon some old black and white photos of young people going about their normal, everyday lives in the early 1940s. I guess it would have been cool on its own, in a neat little Pleasantville sort of way, but what made the shots even more interesting was that they … Continue reading