I live in a small, shared house that’s filled with much chaos and many horrors* (Carpet everywhere. Everywhere.), and my partner is a minimalist (and has a hard “no dead things” rule for my wall art), so I’m incredibly limited with what I can do in terms of decorating. Fortunately I have a few sections of walls in my office and bedroom that I have the freedom to clutter. For this month’s Bibliotheca Theme, Living Spaces, I’m mapping out the art and prints I have on my little art walls (*so far*).
Below I’ve outlined my decorated walls and listed out each featured shop or artist. Anything unlabeled is either from a local antique shop or something I made on my own.
The wall above my vanity. (One of my cats has learned that he enjoys touching things on this wall, so some things here will remain crooked forever. This is my boulder).
- Bloodmilk postcards (received with order)
- Manière Noire (shop closed in 2021)
- Tarantula Garden, via Paxton Gate
- Little Ghouls (2 prints)
- Bill Crisafi (5 prints)
- Burial Ground
My Lolita Corner wall! As a fun note: I’ve accidentally and coincidentally made this corner mostly “death” and “religious” themed.
- Nonalimmen (2 prints)
- BUILTFROMSKETCH (2 prints)
- Unsure! If I can remember which online shop I purchased this from I’ll update this.
- Yumi! (3 prints)
- Highgate Cemetery (souvenir from a friend)
- Paxton Gate
- Nonalimmen Age of the Succubus Deluxe Edition Book
The somewhat boring corner, but only because it’s my Zoom meeting background! This area is the most recent addition so it’s not quite done yet.
I try to keep this area semi-professional (The Pinhead Bishoujou and everything above it is usually off camera te he). I also switch out the Pikachu plush depending on the season.
Most of these were gifts or limited edition figures! Also there’s Bob the one-armed skeleton who loves to show off his feet in most of my Zoom meetings.
- Top left painting of Notre Dame: Gift from my mom
- Top right print: Gift from my In-Laws, print of Boo & Leon as Animal Crossing characters, illustrated by a family friend.
- Bottom left plush: Lil Cult of the lamb fella Peach Cookie Shoppe
- Bottom right print: Deuxmia
This year I’m hoping too expand with more non-print pieces of art (very specifically antique crosses). If there are any things that aren’t listed out or you want more info on handmade pieces, please feel free to message me on social media about them!
ok thanks bye!