The bare bones...

The Skull Shoppe was created to offer a new choice to those looking for a great skull at an affordable price. As a skull lover, I found it impossible to find a good skull at Halloween or online for a reasonable price. Taking matters into my own hands, I started the long process of the “affordable skull”. I offer a skull to meet all budgets. From economical models, novelty, foam to high end museum models, I have you covered. With the exception of my economical models, all skulls are cast and finished by hand to assure the finest detail.


Dark waters

Where waterfront charm consists of neglected boats shielding their wounds behind broken-off piers and where dust-bowl glamour consists of Victorian pageantry in a cabaret of heartaches, Miss Oblivious has drawn inspiration to create individual hand-stitched dolls of performers through re-creations from still images captured through static and moving film.

Miss Oblivious, a Seattle-based custom portrait doll-maker, writer, film producer/director, and artist, produces a public-access TV show in which she exhibits short films featuring talented artist and performers. Miss Oblivious also publishes "Oblivious Nation" formerly "Cunt Fear", a zine documenting her life world, and messes since 1994.


Maker of pretties for Lovelies and other dark goods...
Room3designs pulls it's name from the number Three - a number of great importance in science, mythology, religion, philosophy, technology and music.  Behind the door of Room 3 is Tiffany, who has been making jewelry for many, many years around the Seattle area.


Oooh lala...

Stefanie of Idolatre Clothing weaves her dark web in textile.
"I design my own visions. I draft my own patterns. I sew my own products. I am a fanciful clothing designer inspired by vintage glam, specializing in original designs and custom garments in a multitude of sizes. I love what I do, and I hope you do, too."

photography by DM Holman

Vendor wares

"Tormented Artifacts contains a bit of everything:  an imaginative smorgasboard of wearables and curiosities fusing occult experimentation with steampunk exploration and just a touch of cyber. Leather masks dip into pagan and fantastical themes, getting absolutely insane in the gasmask section. Other accessories include tribal-futuristic accessories and elegant jewelry. And the art pieces: arcane boxes and books and scrolls and blades, an elixir case with a couple of "missing" potions, fossils and skulls from ancient monsters."