Eight years ago, the artist Michael Anthony Simon, then thirty, was living in Chicago and feeling complacent, creatively. So he moved to South Korea. What happened was that, after settling in the city of Gwangju, he found himself wandering out of the studio and into the woods, and painting on leaves and spiderwebs—canvases, of a kind. The only traces of these variegated apparitions, once the elements had done them in, were photographs. Still, he wanted to take his art inside. He began catching spiders and putting them to work in his studio.
On the topic of fetishes, this is my last pic of the day where we have a spider version of Esmerelda who is wrapping Mowgli up in her silky web. Did you know that spider's make some webs that are so crazy that they almost hypnotize their prey. They also love spinning their prey in their webs.
Your guests might think that you have magical spiders spinning your beautiful tablecloths! The perfect addition to your creepy Halloween table! Step into a garden of delight.