The Alibi Tent

Somewhere between The Mundane... and the Mysterious

ALIBI -

Origin: late 17th century (as an adverb in the sense ‘elsewhere’): from Latin, ‘elsewhere’. The noun use dates from the late 18th century.

 

Elsewhere is where we live and where we travel. Through the gloom and between the moments, we visit places, people and, occasionally, things. We listen to their dreams, their desires and we keep their secrets. And, yes…sometimes we are their excuse. 

Somewhere between...
             The Mundane and the  Mysterious...
             The Privileged and the Primitive...
             The Divine and the Damned  

                                            The Alibi Tent

 

Lost Love

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Lost Love

27.00

Hand-painted, hand-embellished skull.

Skull is hand-painted with Dia de Los Muertos designs and embellished with 17mm acrylic gem eye.

Skull is designed to represent both the love lost and the ones who mourns.

Suitable for use as magickal tool or an occult art piece.

Skull is approx. 5in x 3 1/4in x 3 3/4in and weighs about 1lb. Injection molded HDPE filled with non-toxic dry art medium.

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