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BOO! The spookiest night of the year is rapidly approaching and it's definitely not too late to carve a pumpkin! Let’s get in a humorous Halloween mood today under the guidance of David H. Everett. If you haven't chosen your costume yet, take a glance at these spooky creatures and you will undoubtedly feel inspired.

The world created by David is obviously defined by humor and color. You just can’t look at his sculptures without bursting into laughter. That’s why the characters he makes are the perfect choice for a jovial celebration.

From witches with cauldrons full of something delicious - we’re pretty sure it’s not a vegetarian dish - to haunted candles with hilarious features, spooky skeletons with fancy joben hats, cranky crows that are out for a night of thrills and chills, pumpkins with silly and mischievous smiles hopelessly trying to look scary, anything you can possibly imagine can be found in David’s portofolio.

Each and every creation David creates is sculpted by hand without the use of any molds. The American artist works primarily in the clay medium.“Each sculpted piece is given a primer coat of gesso, painted in acrylics, sealed, details are added in oil paints, more sealing, staining, and then sealed again. It's a lot of work, but each piece has its own individual character - one that will hopefully bring a smile to your face for many years to come.”

Among David’s sculptures there are lots of characters that seem to have descended from a spooky Halloween story. We’re all accustomed with the holiday celebrated each year on October 31. Halloween tradition’s origins can be traced back to the ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain. According to Celtic mythology, the veil between the Otherworld and our world thins during Samhain, making it easier for spirits and the souls of the dead to return, so people dressed in costumes and lit bonfires to ward off spirits.

Over the years David has created an army of evil undead sculptures, designed to scare the puny mortals not only on Halloween, but at any time of the year. Okay, maybe they aren't really terrifying but hopelessly hilarious and definitely they're not looking evil at all, but these little spooks are capable of mischief and shenanigans. If you really want to, you can adopt one! Or maybe you need a whole army, not just one. Be warned, you might end up trying to collect them all, for full terrifying effect.

We wish you all a wicked, joyful, witchy Halloween!