Spooky, Scary: 10 Art Prints for Halloween Decorating

As many of us here at Classic Specs live in tiny apartments, we’ve learned it’s best to adopt the kill-two-birds-with-one-stone philosophy when it comes to holiday decorating. That means that instead of carving up a Jack O’ Lantern or stringing up fake cobwebs in the foyer, we’ve been on the lookout for prints that’ll look eerie enough for Halloween, yet subtle enough to stay on our walls well past the holiday (without, you know, getting weird looks from our roommates). From disembodied hands to illustrated cats, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite prints below:

Res Cogitans, Langdon Graves. (via The Ghostly Store)
Cruel Angle, Hannah Gordon. (via Society6)
Cruel Angle, Hannah Gordon. (via Society6)
Black Stripes (1956), Ögon Cacao (via TicTail)
Black Stripes (1956), Ögon Cacao. (via TicTail)
Drowning in my own shadow, Henn Kim. (via Society6)
Drowning in my own shadow, Henn Kim. (via Society6)
Avatard, includes 3D glasses, Noah Lyon. (via Printed Matter)
Avatard, includes 3D glasses, Noah Lyon. (via Printed Matter)
Cat, Sofia Lima Sousa. (via TicTail)
Cat, Sofia Lima Sousa. (via TicTail)
Halloween Pumpkins, Francisco Fonseca. (via Society6)
Halloween Pumpkins, Francisco Fonseca. (via Society6)
In Bloom, Nicolas Come. (via Fab)
In Bloom, Nicolas Come. (via Fab)
Ghost IV, Alan Linnstaedt. (via Society6)
Ghost IV, Alan Linnstaedt. (via Society6)
Haunted by the 80s, Terry Fan. (via Society6)
Haunted by the 80s, Terry Fan. (via Society6)

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