The Spookyhaus Art Collective is an all trans art collective located in Berkeley, California.
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We work with an expansive set of media through new and developing mediums such as resin, digital, and laser and combining our work with long-standing mediums such as painting, leatherworking, and sewing. We make jewelry, zines, fine art paintings, clocks, leather kink wear, patches, pins, keychains, clothes, salves, and more. Find out more about our artists and the services we offer by browsing below.
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Trans punk artist. Patch maker. Leather worker. Clothing designer. Focusing on sexy, affirming, and provocative things to wear on your body.
lior ray ayalon is a nonbinary artist and writer living in northern California. they mostly make art on cameras or computers, but sometimes they like to get their hands dirty too. they hate cilantro, and they are quite good at air hockey. when they’re not making art, they’re writing about the history of horror movies or obsessing about whether or not to cut their hair. they’re a taurus sun and a double scorpio.
Miriam is a queer multidisciplinary artist and professional menace, drawing from available materials to push form, function, and aesthetic into everyday useful objects. Their work mirrors the world around them, marking injustices, large and small, and trying to insert beauty wherever cracks in the surface can be found. They revel in beauty created by people who love each other, and create works that draw people together. They are anti capitalism, anti establishment, and pro creating art that speaks to people and brings themes of radical love and kindness into their lives.
NJ is a fine artist and craftsperson based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has worked all around the Bay within the live theater community as a props artisan, scenic painter, and as an assistant to award winning set designer, Nina Ball. As a fine artist he most often works in gouache from life, depicting architecture and environments around the Bay Area. He also draws from his training and experience in theatrical scenic design to create tiny (approximately 1:200 scale) models of San Francisco homes. (photo credit MATT MOORE)
Phthalo started sewing clothes for their stuffed animals at a young age, later moving on to alter their own outfits. While fashion and fabrics have always been a passion of theirs, they later discovered their love of literature. When PB wasn’t busy sewing, you could find them writing stories and poetry in their ever present notebook. In their teenage years, they spent a lot of time in psychiatric treatment facilities. During their stays in hospitals, Phthalo developed an affinity for painting and general crafting. Their biggest inspirations are their overwhelming love for the world, their experiences with mental illness, and their parrot, Jones.
Rosalind Wellbutrin Cat, Roswell for short, is a young ferocious tabby. He sows chaos and destruction through his preferred media of performance art. She is never short of materials - whether its q-tips, mysterious brown beads, or their other feline sibling, Scully.
Scully, the inspiration for our logo, is a contemplative and ever-scheming presence. Often trying to find his next performance of escape or getting fed early, he never leaves us unsurprised with his channeling of creative energy. Keep an eye out for his latest series, smacking the tv.
Stephanie is an artist(?) that does stuff with things? Oh boy does she sure love art.