Submitted by necrowafer. “Indian Summer Demon” Dia de los Muertos mask papier mache cast by hand from an original mold, hand painted, embellished with black papier mache horns. The green paint is glow in the dark and UV/blacklight sensitive. Ready to wear or be displayed as wall art. If you’re interested in purchasing ($30 not including shipping - masks on Etsy similarly priced are manufactured papier mache) get at me at Shufflebored@aol.com.
In this study, a vintage hay trough was used for a coffee table in front of the sofa piled high with down filled cushions made with antique tapestries. The art wall features equine works as well as the homeowners prize buck and antique trophy horns.
The Designer's Atelier bust of the horned God Pan embodies the archetype of male virility and sexuality. A gothic mystery of the sculpture imbues its unusual character, rendered in black resin and Carrara marble powder Pan is undoubtedly a stand alone treasure! The mortal God of the wild, shepherds and hunting served as an inspiration for this stunning piece. Pan's greatest conquest of the moon goddess Selene enhances the dark nature of his complex personality.
The study was painted a dark gray. The rug is from Stark with Festoni lamps and Ralph Lauren fabrics. The desk chair is custom. Wine barrels from Joyce Horn. I think the barrels are such a cute idea, especially in a man’s study.
Fox Metal Tole Tray. Hand-painted tray with a fox mark and hunting horn in center. Equestrians symbols arranged on the border. Trimmed in dark red. An impressive accent for the fox loving home. 20" tray is made of heavy gauge iron, hand-painted and varnished. This multi functional fox tray can be used as a tray, table, display on a hutch or hang on wall with plate hangers.
Bullheaded by Brian M. Viveros (paintings of disillusion-mente - disempowering Women under the wordguise of empowerment, yet paintings reveal the sadistic sense of sex slavery within corrupted govern mente of captured free will)