Sunday, November 30, 2008

Adam Wallacavage: Octopus Chandeliers

An assortment of Adam Wallacavage's handcrafted octopus chandeliers may be found on his website or at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery website.

Even more interesting are Todd Selby's photographs of Wallacavage's home and workspace.


October Effigies said...

His work is so amazing thanks for posting these!

rebecca said...

Yes, these are beautiful!

And Micha - I haven't ignored your last email about the Ouija/Black-Ghost stories... I just haven't written it all out yet.

micha michelle said...

thanks ladies, i'm glad you approve. i wasn't quite sure if octopus chandeliers could be considered haunted decor. i suppose they are in a category all their own. in mind mind it's along the same lines, though.

no worries rebecca, take all the time you need.

Anonymous said...

just got blog back up and running. i posted a few pics from Halloween night & other oddites. check it out when you get some time
stay true~

Carrie Mae said...

Perfectly incredible, that's what those are.

If they wouldn't fit perfectly into a seaside haunted house, I don't know what would. :)

Thank you for sharing.

Carrieann said...

Absolutely stunning...both the chandeliers and the photos thereof.
Hauntingly beautiful!