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Originally offered as a limited edition poster, We Live Here Too‘s “Skull Mandala” is now available on a super soft t shirt. I completely missed the We Live Here Too logo hidden in this design the first time I saw it. Add the fact that Craig Robson’s skulls are flawless, and the result is an undeniably captivating addition to your wardrobe. Visit wlh2.com to purchase this t shirt, and follow them on Twitter or Facebook so that you’re the first to know when their next gemdrops.

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With the accessibility of original, affordable art that the internet provides, there is no excuse for the bare walls in your apartment or home. My affection for the macabre draws me to Straw Castle Design‘s latest offering. “Pushing Up Daisies” is yet another stunning, hand carved block print. Every step in the creation of this print – the carving of the block, the printing, and the hand cutting – was performed solely by the artist, Derrick Castle. You can view progression of the project on Derrick’s YouTube channel.

This current Licorice Black edition is limited to only 30 pieces. At the time of my purchase last night, half had already been sold. Mine will be up year round, but it would also be a great addition to your Halloween decor. You can purchase this original art from Straw Castle Design’s Etsy shop.

I first discovered Adam Sidwell‘s art in 2010 when he was creating “52 Bad Dudes.” The idea was to take weekly requests and create illustrations featuring pop culture’s baddest mofos; some heroes, some villains, and some who tread the line. I have a lot of respect for the way he experimented with style during that project, switching it up as the project progressed. He continues to post work regularly on his blog.

Thug Life” is a set of portraits spotlighting henchmen Bebop and Rocksteady, together #48 on the list of “52 Bad Dudes.” The prints are a steal at $45, hand signed and available at the Skid shop.