Haunted Housewares

By JACQUELINE HOUTON  |  October 24, 2012


Emil Fiore, the New Jersey artist behind Whirled Wide Webs, has caught 12,000-plus webs from two dozen spider species during his strange career. Mounted on beveled glass, each piece comes with a photo and description of its web's creepy-crawly creator. Fiore's work will be featured in a June exhibit at Salem's Peabody Essex Museum, but you can find his creations ($45–$180) now at Good in Beacon Hill. Good, 133 Charles St, Boston :: 617 722.9200

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