When using morbid artwork for interior decor, it’s very important to consider the people who are going to view it. This is because these images might be scary to some people, especially kids. You are however at liberty to add some extra touch or protection by either framing or laminating the artwork. Framing offers the user several options in terms of color, material and width. You can also have your wall art print on canvas. Some of the morbid pictures that you can choose from include "Glam Skull" by Ethan Harper, "Clarice" by Angelina Wrona, "Key to my Heart" by Daveed Benito, and more. It’s good to make sure that the background that you choose for the wall art is one that elevates its appearance. If you use "Blood Tears" by Victoria Frances on your wall, you can give it a darker shed of brown frame and have it on a background of white, lighter brown, mahogany, or some other color that will give your image proper projection.