Friday, October 22, 2010

Hearting at the Moment

~ Turn the fringe dial up to MAXIMUM with this amazing Fringe Necklace in Black and Champagne by I Heart Norwegian Wood.

~ I have found a new extension to my love for rabbits and all their close relatives, bold and fresh Single Gold Jackolope Black Dress by NY Hop.

~ Enchanting necklace by Diane Pagan Poetry, this Auk - Red feather amulet necklace is inspired by the art of amulets.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

I HEART ~ Spool Design

Peaking into vintage hidden treasures sweeps you a flutter making you smile; the jewelry created by
Spool Design does just that and more. With a touch of magic and surprise inside each one of her new lockets, each is a world all of its own. Tiny pieces all woven together bring enchantment and even a sprinkle of darkness like in her Remains II Necklace, from which a vintage watch case is the final resting place for a tiny handmade bone.

Gatherings of moss, dainty pearls and whimsical wordings are just the beginning to each breathtaking creation. Each piece is none like the next, making an owned piece much more special!

~ Sail away in a nautical dream with this secret Out to Sea Locket, featuring a ship and soaring bird surrounded by the most darling petite pearls.

~ For all bird watchers, this Feathered Fellow's Flight necklace is sure to bring nature home, adorn the neckline with this soaring genuine brown leather bird.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Zemo Presents "31"

The season of Zemoween is off to a great start, we're gearing up for our big Halloween party where Bruce's band Black Hand is playing there first show in the backyard. The full-on October movie marathon is in full effect as well, we are 14 for 14 movies so far for the month. The other night while stuck the studio I was in search for a good horror movie on tv and nothing I tell you, nothing, so next best thing when in stuck in front of the computer, Netflix. Searching for a while through endless cheesy goodness I came upon Session 9 (2001), a new fav film of mine, the movie follows a working crew who is renovating an old abandoned mental hospital that eventually haunts them, I won't say much more and ruin it for, def worth seeing.

My favorite month is half over, :( Out of all the movies so far this month, the one I can't stop thinking about is The Dark Old House (1932) featuring Boris Karloff and the gorgeous Gloria Stuart. Check out this little vid below.

“31” recap so far:
1) The Omen (1976)
2) Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)
3) Paranormal Activity (2009)
4) The Descent (2005)
5) The Dark Old House (1932)
6) The Exorcist III (1990)
7) Masque of the Red Death (1964)
8) Phantasm (1979)
9) Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman (1943)
10) The Mummy (1959)
11) Lost Boys (1987)
12) Stir of Echoes (1999)
13) The House That Dripped Blood (1971)
14) Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

Wednesday, October 13, 2010


Howdy everyone and to all new followers, so glad to see you hang around. In time for the holiday season, I've decided to bring back RED WEDNESDAYs. For those of you not familiar, if you buy 1 piece of jewelry or print, you get the 2nd 50% off. Just send me a quick convo to adjust the price or get refunded via paypal. Get this discount every Wednesday through end of December.


Thursday, October 7, 2010

Sweet New Arrivals

Many new arrivals in shop this week. Here are just a few. Tonight, I will be listing some new pieces as well, so keep your eye out.

~ 1) The best of both worlds with this Good and Evil Knife Necklace!

~ 2) Love Bandits Necklace, truly an inspiration with love from Spaghetti Westerns and true romantics.

~ 3) The Sailing Ship Chime Caged Necklace jingles and jangles with every step you take.

~ 4) The Golden Legend Talisman, a true symbolic necklace of protection into worlds unknown.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Zemo Presents "31"

“It's baaaack. Yes my friends, it is that time of year again where the leaves are changing, the weather is nicer and AMC is showing a poor selection of horror movies. Halloween 5? Really? Really. Where are the Universals? Where are the Hammer films? It's a shame really, which brings me to “31”. Zemo's (aka my husband Bruce) tribute to the greatest month ever with the greatest movie genre ever. EVER! Now for those who don't know or frankly just don't care “31” is where I watch one horror movie a day for the entire month of October. Now as simple as that may sound to some, anybody who knows me and knows how much shit I have going on in my life right now are probably shaking their heads. Between Bike to the Bay, my band, my anniversary, the New York con, and my wife’s birthday; I'm not really sure how I'm going to pull it off. But much like the left hand, I shall rise and overcome. Now like last year my darling wife shall pick the movie we watch on our anniversary and I have a feeling I know what it's going to be. It's a good one! I do old school and new school. Cheesy and genuine. Sometimes even the dreaded remake makes it's way onto my list, but i feel as though I pick some pretty decent selections overall. Like always I am open to suggestions and feedback. For those whom I know personally and would like to join in on watching some of these kick ass horror flicks please feel free. I think I am able to go another year without repeating so I won't be including movies that I've watched the previous years even though I may watch them if I find the time. This year is going to be good so stay tuned,” quoted by Bruce.

The first movie to start the month off is the original Omen (1976). Check out this trailer Bruce and I made to celebrate “31”!