Spooky Halloween Paper Art Decor from Moth & Myth

Look away if you must, but because it's Halloween I can't help but show you these realistic and very cool specimens that I came across at Moth & Myth, a wildly popular laser cut paper shop. 

hand displaying paper snake skeleton


It was just a few days ago that I was first introduced to artists Redd Walitzki and Kari-Lise Alexander, the team behind Moth & Myth, while reading about IMAGINARI, an immersive exhibition in which their work is featured. It begins a year-long run in November at 480 Broadway in Soho, New York City and highlights the fascinating world of insects.

colorful moth with iridescent green body, placed on foliage

If only I'd come across their small business sooner, you would have had a chance to order Halloween decorations, but just think, you could be ahead of the game for next October. They offer many colorful, double-sided butterflies and moths to zhush up your decor all year long.

rectangular picture frame decorated with colorful butterflies

Redd and Kari-Lise have worked together since 2018 and describe the art on their website:

large moth placed on skeleton skull


"All of our paper products are created in-house in our Seattle studio, utilizing state of the art laser-cutting and printing technologies. Moth & Myth paper specimens are both beautiful displayed on their own, or as a wonderful resource empowering artists, crafters and educators."

young woman holding large white spiderweb

"In our creations and brand philosophy, we are eco-aware and sustainability focused, continually finding ways to make our products part of the lower impact movement. We also regularly donate profits to various environmental organizations, including the Pollinator Partnership and the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation."

young woman modeling butterfly mask

Visit the Moth & Myth website and Etsy shop

two young women, one seated on couch, the other on the couch arm
Redd Walitzki and Kari-Lise Alexander

Their Instagram feed, @mothandmyth is a wonder!


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Ann Martin
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