Dead things for your home.


Dead things for your home.


You have strayed upon Gallow Coven

Through their collaborative studio Gallow, midwestern illustrators Teagan White & Erica Williams combine delicate mark making and feminine motifs to construct narratives of the earthly and arcane. Their releases feature handcrafted art prints, objects, and apparel that celebrate everything from squirrel summoning to moth funerals, star charts to forest-spirit-befriending, all beautifully packaged with earth friendly practices.



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Upcoming Events

Flatstock  |  March 15 - 17, 2018
Poster Show at SXSW  |  Austin TX

Past Events

Mondo Con  |  November 4 - 5, 2017
Movie poster convention  |  Austin TX

Apparition  |  May 20 - June 22, 2017
Group exhibition at Nucleus Portland  |  Portland, OR

Pin Pals  |  May 21, 2017
Event at Nucleus Portland  |  Portland, OR

Flatstock  |  March 16 - 18, 2017
Poster Show at SXSW  |  Austin TX

Mondo Con  |  October 22 - 23, 2016
Movie poster convention  |  Austin TX



Teagan White

Teagan is an illustrator specializing in intricate paintings of flora and fauna. Her work depicts nature's subtle, gentle reciprocity and wild, tragic discord through muted colors, ornamental layouts, and meticulous detail. She lives in Minneapolis with a cat named Bug and spends her time riding bikes, holding unexpected animal funerals, reading tarot cards, and vanishing into the woods. She is a member of The VACVVM and makes children's books under the name Tiny Moth Studios.


Erica Williams

Erica is an illustrator and cute things addict in Minneapolis, MN. She is known for intricate mark-making and illustrations of flora and fauna with macabre tones, as well as custom typography and screen printed posters. Much of her work focuses on the forgotten, endangered, lore, myth, and the occult. Erica really adores her cats and tries to incorporate the reverence she feels for nature and the world around her into her work while honoring mortality.