Creepy! Distinguishable by its human-skull shaped pattern, the Death's Head Hawkmoth can be found in Europe and Asia. Not only does it look like some sort of Angel of Death, but it is known for being able to emit a loud shriek, and for hunting and raiding beehives. Jeez! Mentioned in such stories as "Silence of the Lambs," Bram Stoker's "Dracula," and Edgar Allen Poe's "The Sphinx," it clearly represents all kinds of spiritual, mysterious, and creepy happenings and ideas. We did our own take on this guy, with a soft black background and a full-color gradient print. It's available here in your choice of several colors, printed with eco-friendly inks.