The Satanic Temple is very honored to be able to work with and include the following artists work in the TST Shop.

Arcana Obscura

Kate Hockstein moved to New York City in 2006 to pursue an M.A. in art history, having studied drawing, painting, and printmaking since the mid-90s. In 2014, she discovered the art of ancient Etruscan goldsmithing and has since been almost exclusively focused on jewelry design. She approaches her work from a sculptural perspective and draws deeply from her love of nature, folk art, and the eldritch & macabre. Her lifelong affinity for old cemeteries and Victorian mourning jewelry are recurring themes throughout her designs, which are cast in solid sterling silver and 14k gold. 
Kate works out of her studio in Brooklyn. 


Bill Crisafi

 Bill Crisafi is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Salem, Massachusetts. His work is an extension of the dark nostalgia of New England's past, focusing on themes of folklore and the occult, in addition to an ongoing exploration of Victoriana and fantasy realms. These themes are communicated through various mediums which include, but are not limited to, illustration, photography and sculpture.

Black Fox Alchemy

Born and bred in Columbia, South Carolina, Ashley Nichole has spent the past four years honing her leathercraft. A relative neophyte, she strives daily to breathe new life into a dying art and relishes showing old dogs new tricks in a largely male-dominated trade. Ashley Nichole places a high priority on community and is honored to be among a new generation of leatherworkers. In 2013 she added jewelry-making to her repertoire and currently creates works that strike a balance between whimsy and the macabre.

The Black Veil Studio of Tattoo & Art

Identical twins, Ryan and Matthew Murray. Black and grey for the grim hearted.

Burke & Hare Co
Burke & Hare Co was established in 2011 by owner/designer Erica in Milwaukee, WI with the goal of creating specialty items of a darker aesthetic without compromising a refined and more mature taste. Heavily influenced by a penchant for the dark and dreary along with music of the sort, we strive to find beauty in superstitions, natural magic and the history of the occult.
Having always utilized candles as decorative items both for their light and for their presence, it seemed rare to find scents and imagery specific to these interests. Motivated by the desire to possess beautiful and macabre items -- the Pillars and a Scented line that we would love in our own homes was created.
Now moved to Providence, RI the shop is growing with even more influences from classic ghost stories and New England folklore as well as the appreciation for our own history as girls who have always loved graveyards and black cats.

Luciana Nedelea

I was born in Romania, north Transylvania, in 1989. I have studies in 3 different fields: music (played violin since the age of 7), art/art history and archaeology/ancient history. I am currently a a scientific research assistant at the Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, and am also involved in different projects and pursuing a PhD in archaeology, ancient history and classical studies.
In between my studies and other duties, I devote almost all my free time to art and working with musicians and artists from all over the world, which mostly means a lot of sleepless nights and sacrifices, but it is all well worth it and I wouldn’t trade it in for anything else.

The Pentacle Path

Shiva is a multidisiplinary artist from Detroit who has spent much of her adult life traveling the world studying the occult and ritual traditions. Naturally, she began incorporating her studies in to her music and art. Over the years she began to create her own tools and rituals to aid her in personal healing and manifestation work. Shiva created The Pentacle Path so that she could share these creations with the public. Her focus is on creating elegant tools and experiences that encourage self-empowerment.