Beelzebubs Bazaar is a new market for the witchy and macabre. The dark arts and crafts market is coming to TV Eye in Queens, NY on April 30 for an afternoon of oddities, curiosities and a little bit of trouble. The market features over 30 artists and vendors selling their eccentric wares including hand-made taxidermy, jewelry, apparel, home decor, apparel and more.
BUST Magazine is proud to sponsor this enchanting event, come early to score a free copy of the mag! Here are a few vendors we can’t wait to hit up:
Feral Hag’s Heather Loop, who is producing the market, is a jewelry artist who crafts her creations from discarded animal bones that she harvests in the woods. Combined with different ores, leathers, metal chains, and jewelry fixtures, her creations come back to life in the form of earrings, necklaces and other forms of wearable art.
The Beetle’s Dilemma
The Beetle’s Dilemma “serves entomological realness” through tiny nature dioramas that include beetles or other insects in different scenarios including reading a Witchy Cookbook, sewing some buggy garments, reading tarot and other charming situations. The small dioramas are intricate and sometimes super tiny, even down to the size of a lighter.
The Ceramic Skull
Angela, the owner of The Ceramic Skull, handcrafts gorgeous clay pieces for your home including plates, bowls, incense holders and candle holders with occult, tarot and astrology inspired carvings and images. The result is one-of-a-kind earthenware that will become an instant future family heirloom.
Mixed Mamas Creations
Mixed Mamas Creations creates unique and ethically sourced taxidermy, wet specimens, bone jewelry and other art oddities. These animals (who were not killed for the artwork) are preserved in liquid and can be displayed on your shelves, desk, or witchy shrine. Stop by her booth for your next statement home decor peice.
Chaos and Hell
Chaos and Hell makes “handmade metal for maniacs” including lots of jewelry options, wall hangings and other creations. Many of these metal creations pay homage to some horror classics including Suspiria, Halloween and other cult faves. Others feature band logos, weapons, burning churches and other evocative imagery– all hand forged by ore and fire.
Make sure to save the date, because Beelzebubs Bazaar is coming your way fast!
- April 30
- Noon – 5pm
- Free Entry
- 21 +
- TV Eye (1647 Weirfield St, Ridgewood, Queens, NY)
Top photo: from @beelzebubsbazaar on Instagram