Jasmine Becket-Griffith's Vampire Art Prints and Posters

Artist Jasmine Becket-Griffith is best known for her fairies, but she's also painted some darker fantasy images too. Decorate your apartment, dorm or home with her fanciful prints and posters.

Jasmine often puts wolves in her paintings. This one is Wolves of Venice.

Presumably these are werewolves in "I Vampiri: I Lupi".

"I Vampiri: Lucrezia Borgia" imagines the daughter of Pope Alexander VI as a vampire, though it does not show any fangs or typical vampiric imagery.

I love the intricate embroidery on the vampire's gown in "I Vampiri: Pieta."

"I Vampiri: Bellissimo Letto" features bloody handprints and a goblet of (presumably) blood.

My very favorite vampire print by Jasmine Becket-Griffith is "I Vampiri: La Libreria featuring a vampiric librarian standing amidst gorgeous antique books.

The vampire holding this skull in "Les Vampires: Les Cranes" features needle-thin white fangs.


"Hunger Pains" is an intriguing departure from her regular style. It features a winged vampire standing in a graveyard.