Eleanor Davis is a wonderful artist, lending her considerable skills to comics, illustrations, and sketches, which she freely shares on her remarkable LiveJournal. But she is also known for her whimsical sculptures, which in the spirit of good fairy tales are both bright and dark. What could be better than a Hansel and Gretel House in the shape of the witch herself? It has little skulls, beaded flies, long skinny arms (the better to snatch unwary children), and two charming children that fit inside.
The image below, a perfect post-Halloween image, is from the endpaper of an indie comic anthology, Wide Awake 666, and shows what happens when monsters go trick-or-treating.