If your anatomical collection is shy a demon child or cursed monkey's paw, then you're in luck. Artist Alex CF crafts macabre sculptures styled after dead scientific specimens. Only the deceased creatures in his cases are demons and monsters

Alex CF includes a story to accompany each piece, which is available for sale. And if monster killing is more your thing than monster collecting, he also offers some classic vampire hunting kits, and a collection of useful research on European lycanthropes.

[The Art of Alex CF via Super Punch]

The Morbid Anatomy of Infant Werewolves, Vampire Pharohs, and Eldritch Horrors

Menes - The Vampyr Pharaoh of Egypt

The Morbid Anatomy of Infant Werewolves, Vampire Pharohs, and Eldritch Horrors

Golem; life from inanimate clay

The Morbid Anatomy of Infant Werewolves, Vampire Pharohs, and Eldritch Horrors

R'lyeh expedition case and Cthulhu spawn specimen

The Morbid Anatomy of Infant Werewolves, Vampire Pharohs, and Eldritch Horrors

The triceratops catalyst

The Morbid Anatomy of Infant Werewolves, Vampire Pharohs, and Eldritch Horrors

"L'enfant Diabolique" - The devil child

The Morbid Anatomy of Infant Werewolves, Vampire Pharohs, and Eldritch Horrors

Experiments in extra dimensions; The Cheshire cat

The Morbid Anatomy of Infant Werewolves, Vampire Pharohs, and Eldritch Horrors

Edward Harrell's Infant Lycanthrope specimen

The Morbid Anatomy of Infant Werewolves, Vampire Pharohs, and Eldritch Horrors

The Monkey's paw

The Morbid Anatomy of Infant Werewolves, Vampire Pharohs, and Eldritch Horrors

Dantes descent into the pit

The Morbid Anatomy of Infant Werewolves, Vampire Pharohs, and Eldritch Horrors

The collected Eldritch horrors of Merrylin