Fall. Apple pie, pumpkin pie, cider donuts, back to school, colorful foliage, tights, Halloween—oh my! My favorite season usually depends on my mood, but there is something special about fall no matter where you are, and it is truly glorious in NYC.
As a lover of haunted vibes and a hater of sloppy crowds, I like to celebrate Halloween more in theory than real life. One of my favorite ways to get into the spirit of the season is by staying home, sitting under a blanket and basking in the eerie glow of a few candles and some spooky home decor. Granted, most of my art is either awaiting a frame (hello washi tape) or if framed (hello framebridge), waiting to be hung. So, due to laziness and the fact that I believe my drill charger to have been "stolen" two years ago, rotating art "seasonally" makes more sense to me than hanging new pieces. However, for those of you who understand anchors and don't practice hoarding, I've rounded up a range of prints with loosely occult themes (from Magic 8 balls to mythical creatures) that will look lovely and relevant year-round.
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Ali Gulec, Smyrna Skull, $16-46, available at Society 6.
Alan Linnstaedt, Ghost IV, $15-50, available at Society 6.