This adorable little girl, embracing her monster (with a matching flower on its horn!) was the first piece from Omar Rayyan I laid eyes on a long time ago.
Archive for the monsters Category
This image caught my eye on Pinterest and I was immediately excited about the concept:
At Child’s Own Studio, Wendy Tsao immortalizes the colorful imagination of children by turning their drawings into plush creations.
I don’t have children, but if I did I would definitely order one or try my hand at this (I’ve made plush versions of my grown up friends’ doodles)! The price is a bit steep ($250), but Wendy’s accuracy is pretty remarkable and it’s clear that a lot of TLC goes into her work.
If you have kids, what drawing would you want to give plushy life to?
Amazing relationship advice from the folks at Dormeyer: use tears to manipulate your husband into purchasing household items. Maybe if I fake a sense of victimhood I can score a toaster this Christmas.
Jon Neill deserves his own post for his fabulous carvings (but alas he will have to share it with some links). Incredible designs:
And now a few other links…
The Blood Curdling Blog of Monsters (a plethora of posts about masks)
My Favorite Spooky Socks This Year (wish-listed!)
Le Chat Noir (Exhibit at Modern Eden Gallery showcasing artwork featuring black cats).
This video is utterly bonkers. They…turned Halloween up to 11.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN, everyone!
I always gather months worth of Halloween items to post, and am unable to fit them all in by the time the big day rolls around. So here are a bunch of assorted goodies!
Handmade Macabre Shadow Boxes (Thanks for the submission, Janice!)
Giant Skull Chair (Thanks, Colleen!)
And a perfect zombie pumpkin by Ray Villafane.