Scarey autumn trends

Fall is Lance Perry’s (Crescent Hill Designs) season. His polymer clay sculptures are equal parts cute and scarey. Almost, but not quite, predictable with just enough spooky and strange to keep things interesting. See his work on Flickr and Etsy.

I can’t decide if Joo-Joo’s ghosts (Afsaneh Tajvidi) or Heather Powers’ gnomes suit me better. I’m a sucker for glow-in-the-dark but Heather’s gnomes have that dash of weird that I can’t resist. And her acorns and mushrooms look totally trendy for fall.

The Creagers are immersed in their element too. Jodi and Richard offer a few gothic pins (like the ghost above) and other small artworks on their Etsy site. I give up! It’s fall.

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  • reply Kerin Gale ,

    I love these fun pieces and this blog is amazing! I visit often but i think this is the first comment I’ve left.

    I wanted to share a piece that I created with another artist that has been featured on PCD, Pam Sanders, that reminds me of the ghost pin by the Creagers. It was fun to see how the collaboration we did (in a much larger scale) looks so similar to theirs. : ) http://remnantsofolde.com/2009/09/20/twins/

    I’m not a polymer clay artist per se but you might also enjoy the mixed media polymer clay claw on the main page of our site.

    Thanks for such a wonderful and inspiring site!

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